Home » All » Vista » Windows » Windows Media Player | All Categories

Published on 05.01.07 by Brent Trahan

Change the Location Windows Media Player Saves Ripped CDs

Change the location Windows Media Player saves CDs it rips.

Introduction

This guide shows you how to change the location Windows Media Player saves ripped CDs. WMP can save ripped CDs in a folder, drive (extra hard drive), or a network location (shared folder on a networked computer).

Change WMPs Ripped Music Location

  1. Open Windows Media Player.
  2. Click the down arrow on the very bottom of the Rip tab and then select More Options.

    Hint: The down arrow only shows up when you point at the Rip tab.

  3. Click the Change button.
  4. Browse to the folder, drive, or network location by clicking the little arrow to the left of each folder or drive to expand it.

    change_wmp_rip-location1.PNG

    Hint: Make sure you’ve navigated inside the folder, drive, or network location you want to save the ripped CDs in before you click OK.

Still need help? Ask your computer question now.

Related Guides:

One Response to “Change the Location Windows Media Player Saves Ripped CDs”

Subscribe to this guide's comments RSS feed.

  1. VERY accurate and VERY helpful – more than Microsoft can do on its website.

    THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Leave a Reply

Subscribe to this guide's comments RSS feed.

Microsoft Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft Corporation in no way endorses or is affiliated with MAXIMUMpcguides.com. All other products mentioned are registered trademarks of their respective companies. MAXIMUMpcguides IS NOT RESPONSIBLE for any damage or data loss to your computer from using this web site. All information on MAXIMUMpcguides is provided on an AS IS basis with NO WARRANTIES.

Copyright 2006-2017 Brent Trahan. All rights reserved.