I want to transfer my Windows Media Player library on my Itunes account.

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Hello

I suggest you follow the steps mentioned below.

a. install iTunes on the system.

b. open the program iTunes. Go to 'File' and click on "Add folder to library."

c. Select your 'My music' folder (or the folder "Music" inWindows Vista). This is usually when the Windows Media Player stores your audio library. If you have songs stored in a different location on yourcomputer that you want to transfer it to iTunes, all simply, find and select the folder that contains your song files.

d. If your music files are in WMA (Windows Media Audio) format, iTunes will ask you if you want to convert to the format. Click "Convert" to start the process. This process can take awhile, especially if you have a large audio library.

e. after conversion finished, your song files in your library iTunes music.

Thanks and regards.

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