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    Hey there.

    My local library allows me to download WMA files that are protected with DRM. They use DRM so they can prohibit the users from being able to listen to the book for an indefinite period of time. That said, I can only get the DRM protected WMA files to play on my laptop. I'd like to be able to listen to the books in my car on my way to and from my office. Is there any way to get my 700P to play the DRM protected WMA file?
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    PTunes can play drm files, but you would have to sync in the files that controls the drm (can't remember the name). You might be able to do it through Windows Media Player. Or, you could use a program like Tunebite, which will play the file to another file and strip off the drm.
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    Tunebite is the way to go, I have been using it for as long as I can remember.
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    If you are able to leave your laptop up and running at home, ORB allows you to stream your entire media library...for free!
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    Yeh, Orb is great. But can the drm files be played through Orb?
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    Thanks for the advice!

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