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Good morning Hylander,

Using Chrome should be slightly easier.  When you click on download explorer/folder view should appear.

Select the folder you would like the track to go to or connect and select memory stick if preferred.

I would suggest you create a new folder within documents to store the downloaded tracks.

When you want to copy tracks to memory stick you can open the folder and just use copy and paste.

When selecting tracks/files to copy you can left click the 1st track then hold the shift key down then left click the last track/file.

If you want don't wish to copy all you can hold the control key down and select the individual tracks/files you wish to copy.

Sorry if you already know this but just in case. Smile

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Thank you I have printed out the next page and will have a go later.

I do appreciate your help.    I will tell you that without your help I would not have had a cat is hells chance of knowing what to do.

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Just one last thought.   (dangerous)

Is all of this legal?    Are you allowed to download music on to a memory stick without paying for it?

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I will leave someone better qualified to answer that one. Smile

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Ah, but you didn't say in your OP that you hadn't paid the required fee.   tounge-in-cheek

As we all know, downloading music from the Internet, unless through paid-for sources, such as iPlayer or Spotify, is illegal (although there are some sites that do provide freebies).

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)


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So I will enquire of iplayer and see what I have to do and I will pay the fee and then I can go ahead.

My intention is to put the memory stick into the USB point in my Ford Fiesta to enable me to listen to music.    



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Paladine ,  would you be good enough to let me know how or where do I go to register and pay this fee?  

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It doesn't seem that you are going to use it for a profit making public performance, so I think it will be fine.  Wink

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Copyright law is quite complex, but, at its simplest, if you create something, e.g. a photograph, a song, a painting, you own the intellectual property in that work and anyone who copies it without your permission commits an offence. Just because you choose to put a copy of your work on the Internet doesn't mean that anyone else can make a copy (but, of course, this is what happens all the time). It doesn't matter what the reason is that you've made the copy, the copying is the offence, a criminal offence which carries a sentence of imprisonment.

The Copyright Act is very often used to deal with bootleg sellers of videos, computer programs, etc at boot-markets.

That's the very basic legal position.

Back to Hylander's queries, I should have said iTunes, not iPlayer, in my previous post.

iTunes and Spotify both provide music for download, at a cost. Just go onto their web sites for more info. There are sites that provide free downloads.

If you have a CD collection and would like to transfer all or some of the tracks to a USB stick, iTunes will 'rip' the tracks in a few moments and save them in a variety of formats, including mp3, mp4 and wav. This was made legal in the UK a couple of years ago (for private use), but a Judicial Review overturn that law, and it is, once again, illegal http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3188779/Using-iTunes-UK-practically-ILLEGAL-Copying-music-CD-collection-violates-copyright-law.html



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Thank you Paladine.

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