|21 Oct 2012||#1|
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Cannot reset Copyright Protection in Windows Media Player 11
When I first started Windows Media Player 11 I was presented with the following Copyright screen -
I selected "Add copy protection to your music" however recently I have been having a lot of trouble loading my music onto my Android phone. I don't think that it is the phone's fault. I think that I have exceeded the maximum number of file transfers, having previously transferred music to an iPod, iPhone, etc.
Is there anyway of "resetting" WMP11 so that I can choose "Do not add copy protection to your music"?
If I go into the Rip Options inside WMP11 I see that "Copy protect music" is greyed out, as shown below -
Perhaps there is a registry tweak, or something of that nature which will allow me to reset copy protection.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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