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    Media Player AudioBook Rips. Window7.

    I want to copy book disks to PC so I can load them to my Clip Zip MP3 player. Going on a trip. A couple books rip/loaded fine. The last set of discs was befuddling. All discs said they ripped fine but when i looked in the receiving folder it only showed discs 1, 2, 6, 7, 8? So where did 3, 4, 5 go? I watched the rip process march along thru all the discs, it looked fine. I've opened all folders, those other discs are nowhere? As an experiment, I re-ripped disc 3. All looked good. But the disc is nowhere I can see?
    Anyone have an idea what is happening? Is there a way to designate the folder I want it to go to? Right now it is an automatic thing. The book is a John Grisham one, all discs will go to a Desktop folder that is created "John Grisham" when I open it I will see sub folders Disc1, Disc2 etc.. as I said, the other discs are not in there "anywhere".
    Thanks for any help.

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    I got it to work being a bit creative. I D-loaded FreeRipMP3 and used that. I ripped the Disc3 Disc4 etc tracks into Grisham folder but it did not create its own Disc3 folder. So I created a desktop folder for Disc3 and cut those tracks into that. Then moved that folder into Grisham folder. That worked. Repeated for other Discs. PackGy.

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    Glad you got things working. Thanks for posting your fix. This might help someone else.
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