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Where can I find a free audio cd ripping active x control?

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Hi,
I need an active x control to use in my VB 6 application that will
extract audio from audio cd to mp3 files.

the only onr i found is "VISCOM audio cd ripping" and it is a shareware.

I realy need a free one.
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the first link is to the same control i have - a shareware.
and the second link is not what im looking for..

i realy dont know much programing..
i only know VB so I need a vb component (like the first link) only free.

10x
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http://www.everwaresolutions.com/everwaresolutions/products/freeware/akripcom.aspx
the above link should be the solution to ur request i guess then
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