As stated, dbpoweramp shuld do the trick easily enough. You may have to download the .ogg codec pack in addition to the main program files too.
thanx guys a mil.
i downloaded and installed dBpowerAMP-codec-ogg and dBpowerAMPCDWriter-UnRegistered and everything converted fine. I had one folder that had about 15 .ogg files and converted fine. when i went to another folder containg bout 20 .ogg it converted about two files and then came with an error"MusicConverter has encountered a problem and needs to close.blah blah blah".
even if i try to convert one file at a time it does the same thing; but when i play it with wmp9 it plays fine to finish.i restarted the comp thinking maybe i should've done that after install and to no avail.
by the way im running on a p4 2.8GHz ;512MB ram and winxp with sp1.
thanking u again guys
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