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How to rip tracks from CDs to hard disk drive

Many people like having CDs for special collections, especially precious old ones with eternal love tracks. But what are you going to do with the songs if your disk gets old and broken one day? For that reason, we’ll show you a nice and easy way to restore all your favorite CD tracks to hard drive on your computer. And this tutorial is proceeded with the help of the advanced Music Morpher Gold.

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Step 1: Open your CD disk

Run Music Morpher Gold.

Music morpher gold icon

On main panel, go to Grabber tab.

Grabber tab

Insert your CD disk to the CD driver and load all the tracks by clicking on Update drive info button.

Update drive info

Now, you’ll see all the tracks appear on the window, check to choose the file songs you wish to rip one by one, or use Check/Uncheck buttons to select/deselect all of them.

Check or uncheck all songs

Step 2: Grab tracks from CD disk to hard disk drive

Press Start grabbing button on the toolbar to open Grabbing… dialog box.

Start grabbing button

Browse for Output Folder where you want to save these tracks and select your desired Output File Format for the files.

Grabbing... dialog box

Finally, click on Grab button to start the ripping process. Wait for a few seconds and this task is done!

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