STEP 1: (passed)
So you actually decide to be a good boy and buy a music album (that’s the legal action right there boys and girls, yep) for… let’s say $20. You go home, all happy and everything, open the case and see the shiny disk with something else written on it then the three letter combination “TDK” for once. Yay!
STEP 2: (passed)
Because you still have a lot of work to do you go to your computer, put your new CD in the CD-ROM drive and wait for Winamp to start playing it. You wait. You wait some more. Manually opening Winamp and selecting the CD does… well, nothing. Rien. Nada.
STEP 3: (in the middle of it)
You go nuts and hit your head against the keyboard (or desk if your keyboard is one of those expensive and très fancy wireless things with 68 additional command buttons on it) and wonder why you bought a CD that cannot be played on your computer while you do your work.
How on earth can I rip a copy-protected music CD? I mean, all I can see in Explorer is a ****ty video and a wallpaper that is too small for my resolution anyway. Ugh.
Thanks in advance!