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    Moved on from Network Adaptors and Windows 7 now trying to put Now 100 on grandaughters MP3

    Bought the album and put in a playlist. Then click on playlist right click copy and paste to sd card which shows the records etc on the card but when put in MP3 granddaughter says they are not on it so tried to burn to cd under File but shows for 15 mins 'Checking Media' what am I doing wrong please?

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      I am sure that when I did this, probably 10 years ago, each song showed what was happening then moved on to the next until the cd was full but that is not happening now.
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      Where to start..?

      When you buy a track or album from Apple you are actually, in effect, leasing it from them. There is no product you own. You cannot give it, donate it or otherwise transfer it to someone else. It is a licence to listen to that piece of music but no other rights usually associated with "ownership".

      iTunes can read mp3 format music and add it to your library. However, music "purchased" from Apple is held in their own proprietary format and not as mp3 - meaning you cannot play Apple-sourced music on anything but Apple hardware.

      If you are trying to copy "music" from your iTunes directory to a CD then it just will not work... you are not copying anything that will play in any CD player.


      On top of these there are numerous reasons why her "mp3 player" won't read an SD card which is formatted on a different device. Are the two devices even using the same operating system?

      There is a huge long list of why you just can't do what you are trying to do!
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      [QUOTE=father_and_son;8645038]Where to start..?

      When you buy a track or album from Apple you are actually, in effect, leasing it from them. There is no product you own. You cannot give it, donate it or otherwise transfer it to someone else. It is a licence to listen to that piece of music but no other rights usually associated with "ownership".

      iTunes can read mp3 format music and add it to your library. However, music "purchased" from Apple is held in their own proprietary format and not as mp3 - meaning you cannot play Apple-sourced music on anything but Apple hardware.

      If you are trying to copy "music" from your iTunes directory to a CD then it just will not work... you are not copying anything that will play in any CD player.


      On top of these there are numerous reasons why her "mp3 player" won't read an SD card which is formatted on a different device. Are the two devices even using the same operating system?

      There is a huge long list of why you just can't do what you are trying to do![/QUOTE]

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      Have you tried turning it on and off again.
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