When I try to transfer a music file from windows media player, windows movie maker the message always indicates that the specified module could not be found.

I'm doing a little holiday video film but I can't transfer music from windows media player in windows movie maker when I try to transfer a file of special music, a message appears indicating that the spefic module is not found. Is this a copyright issue that the file is in the media player.

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