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Doesn't Recognize Its Own .wma File?


pklonowski
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I've successfully recorded quite a few cassettes to .wma with this program, but today it fails to recognize the .wma file it just recorded. The file exists; the error message says "The file... does not exists or is not a supported audio file."

 

I closed & re-opened the program, and then re-booted the computer, but am still getting the same error... Any thoughts?

 

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