What format are these in that you can't move them?
Can you resample them and load in MP3?
I guess I am happy that I only use MP3s
Yeah, I really wish I'd had the choice back then, all of the files in question use the .wma format, because that is what the "local" on-line music service at the time used to give you, these files also have a DRM licence with them, so if you try and move the files to another drive, nothing will play, even if you try moving the licences with the files.
It's the same when you rip song files from a CD to your HDD using WMP, it only has the option to save the files as a .wma file.
This service was taken off-line about 3 years ago and it no longer exists, which is handy when you've bought about 8-900 songs off of it.
Thankfully everything here these days is in MP3 format, without that DRM rubbish attached to it, I mean, if you buy something like that on-line and pay for it, I would have thought that you could store it wherever you liked, obviously I was wrong there.
I expect there is a way to convert these files to MP3 format, but how do you get around the inherent DRM thing?