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    Well the way that all of us, that I know of do it is simple.

    Open RRConfig and for music path, browse to your ROOT path that all of your music is in. Then under playlist path, point that to another directory where playlists are to be saved to and loaded from. If you do not use playlists, this will not cause any problems. However, if you are playing an album, and would like quick access to that later, go into the playlist manager and save the playlist. Then at any time you can load that playlist, and have those songs playing again.
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    Hi All,

    Your doing great things here John and Friends.
    I have a question. When it comes to using Win XP does it matter whether it is 64,32 bit,Pro or home version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dougw133 View Post
    Amazing how far its come
    You can say that again. I installed my first carpc back in 1998, learning everything I could about it from mp3car.com (different screen name). It was an XT clone in my trunk wired to a 4x20 LCD. The LCD scrolled artist and song name. (Pretty much all you could do back then was music.) As I recall, there were no front ends at the time, so I just used Winamp. I had quite a bit of music, so I printed out a list of all my songs in alphabetical order, assigned them a number and played the songs by locating them in the notebook and keying in their numbers using an X10 mouse remote. It sounds (and was) pretty primitive by today's standards, but it was way before iPods and was state-of-the-art back then. When I demonstrated it to people they went nuts.

    Years later touch screens became de rigueur and the front ends started to be developed. Guino and others came along and did an excellent job of pulling everything together. I quickly latched onto RR and used the primitive skins that were available then. When Blue Devil was released in 2006, it was like the Beatles had landed. I have not used another front end or skin since. Even after seeing carputing make so much progress from years earlier, I never would have guessed it would get to the point that it is now. Many kudos to Guino, John, Blue and all the others who have devoted countless hours to making carputing what it is today.
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    That is awesome! Haha. In 1998 I remember installing the first CD burner in town into my Compaq Presario and amazing friends that I could download mp3 from Napster, rip them to. Wav files and play it in a CD player. It was an HP drive and I believe it was 2x. I was in 8th grade......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dougw133 View Post
    That is awesome! Haha. In 1998 I remember installing the first CD burner in town into my Compaq Presario and amazing friends that I could download mp3 from Napster, rip them to. Wav files and play it in a CD player. It was an HP drive and I believe it was 2x. I was in 8th grade......
    Yeah, those were the days. I was living large because I had a 4x burner. I recall that it took me a solid month to rip my 600 CDs. Hard drives were much smaller back then, so I ripped all the CDs at 128kbps to make sure I could get them all on. Now hard drive space is plentiful and, unfortunately, I still have all those mp3s ripped at 128. I just can't bear the thought of ripping them all again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbreeden View Post
    Yeah, those were the days. I was living large because I had a 4x burner. I recall that it took me a solid month to rip my 600 CDs. Hard drives were much smaller back then, so I ripped all the CDs at 128kbps to make sure I could get them all on. Now hard drive space is plentiful and, unfortunately, I still have all those mp3s ripped at 128. I just can't bear the thought of ripping them all again.
    Whats the problem? A good 48x drive should rip them in 12-6 times faster depending on bit rates. Only take you about 3-6 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piglith View Post
    Only take you about 3-6 days.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kbreeden View Post
    Ha, same with me only I decided whenever a song didn't sound clear enough to me I opened the info in the skin and if it was 128K I'd rip it when I got home. Gradually over about a year almost all 320K or FLAC

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    where can get the RR(RoadRunner) source code?

    where can i get the rr souce code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aijun View Post
    where can i get the rr souce code?
    you can't.
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