By grant grider
Jul 5, 2008
  1. I am a problem.A few years ago,I bought a lot of music from rhapsody.I have it all on my hard drive.Since then,I have changed credit cards,and I no longer wanna pay a monthly fee.But,the problem is all the music I payed for,now,when I try to play it,it says I do not have the rights.
    Since I payed hundreds of dollars for it,I have a strong desire to unlock my music.So,today,I have downloaded about every protection stripping software I could find,trying to find something that works.And,something that works easy.For I am a big dummy.Now,I am no thief,but since I payed for it,damm,I want it.Any suggestions would be appreciated.---GG
  2. TheJediSlayer

    TheJediSlayer TS Rookie Posts: 164

    Well, I'm unsure what DRM music stripping software your using; however, I would recommend that you talk to Rhapsody about your issue. Also, I can't be 100% sure, but I do believe that DRM music protected songs use some file to find out rather or not they're allowed to be played or not.
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