A Friend of mine recorded a load of his Cds on Real Jukebox a while ago, and they were recorded in .rmx format. He has since had to reformat his Hard disk, and because this .rmx format is secure, he can't play them anymore, as he doesn't have the original install of Real Jukebox. Anyone had this problem?
Any help appreciated!
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I came across this answer, and I doubt it's the one you want to hear: <A HREF="http/www.audiotools.co.uk/faqs.shtml#a3" target="_new">Is there any way to decode RMX audio files from Real Jukebox into WAV or MP3?</A>
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