Why can't I import mp3 files to windows movie maker?

I get an error message "Cannot C:\Users\Paul\Music\iTunes\iTunes Music\Victor Johnson\Fire security Songs\03 Smokey the Bear.mp3 imported." frequently when you try to import tracks .mp3 to my Windows Movie Maker files. It doesn't make a difference if I buy these titles on Amazon or iTunes, or does it make a difference if I create an .mp3 version in iTunes until I try the import. Other titles will not simply import.
What should I do to get these files to import?

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Hello

MP3 can sometimes be problematic if convert WMA and then import them.

Of many freeware converters
http://www.MP3-Converter.com/mp3_converter_freeware.htm

Free Mp3 Wma Converter V1.81
http://koyotstar.free.fr/indexEn.html

Free MP3 WMA WAV Converter
http://www.nbxsoft.com/MP3-Converter.php

Plenty of capable edition

Audacity - free
http://Audacity.sourceforge.NET/

Free Audio Editor 2011 - free
http://www.free-audio-editor.com/

Other sources of information:

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http://www.djforums.com/forums/

http://Homerecording.com/BBS/

http://www.pcmusicstuff.com/

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My friend John Papa - MVP - is the expert on Windows Movie Maker.

PapaJohn.org
http://Papajohn.org/

PapaJohn - online tutorials
http://www.Papajohn.org/mm2-online-tutorials.html

Windows Movie Maker Tutorials - check the sounds of the addition in the left menu and others on the
main screen.
http://www.windowsmoviemakers.NET/tutorials/

Windows Live Movie Maker that works on Vista and Windows 7, see the link under Windows Live Essentials.
http://windowslivehelp.com/

Windows Live - Movie Maker Portal - official support Site - see also the Forums of the right part of the page
http://windowslivehelp.com/product.aspx?ProductID=5

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These might help:

Getting started with Windows Movie Maker

Import video, photos and audio on Windows Movie Maker

Import video from a videotape

Get a movie in Windows Movie Maker

Make a movie quickly in Windows Movie Maker (AutoMovie)

Publish a movie in Windows Movie Maker

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