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Stephen Barrow

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  1. Greetings, I've also just started using SWITCH and have run into the same problems as other users have in converting wma to mp3 format (recent posts within the last day or so). My 'work-around' is to open the file saved by SWITCH using WAVE PAD (which plays the file) and then use the <Save As> option to re-save the file. Media player then plays the new file. I'm using a Gigabyte motherboard, with a 2.68 GHz Celeron processor, with 1.00 GB of RAM and a Seagate ST3250820A, and using XP Home Edition. version 2002 with Service Pack 2 loaded. Cheers
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