So I decided that I would be a good citizen and not download music illegally. So when I saw that MSN music was having a sale (Buy 1, get 5 free) I thought Wow! What a steal! I downloaded a few songs and then tried to import them to my iPod. Itunes asked me if it could convert the .wma files to .aac files, and I said why sure! Please do! However, iTunes let me know that actually, it can’t do that, because the .wma files are encoded with Digital Rights Management. So Sorry!
Huh? So I google and yes, it is true, and there is no program (that I have found so far) that can take it off. The only solution I have found is to burn said mp3s to a CD and then rip them back on to the computer and import them to the iPod. All because Microsoft and Apple don’t want to work together. 👿 Why won’t they make it easy for me to do things legally? 😮