How to Remove DRM Protection from Windows Media Files with Drmdbg Exe Download
If you have legally purchased Windows Media files (.WMV, .ASF, .WMA) that are protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management), you may find it difficult to transfer them to your iPod, Sony PSP, or other devices. DRM is a technology that restricts the use of digital content and devices. Fortunately, there is a free software for Windows called Drmdbg Exe Download that can help you remove DRM protection from Windows Media files without any quality loss.
Drmdbg Exe Download is a tool that allows you to extract your license keys for DRM protected Windows Media files. After extracting license keys, you can use another tool called drm2wmv or freeme2 to remove DRM header of the media file. Drmdbg Exe Download does not convert your original Windows Media files, it just removes DRM protection from them.
How to Use Drmdbg Exe Download
Before using Drmdbg Exe Download, you need to make sure that you have the latest version of IndivBox.key installed on your computer. IndivBox.key is a file that contains your DRM licenses for Windows Media files. You can check your IndivBox.key version by following these steps:
Open Windows Media Player and go to Tools > Options > Privacy.
Click on Manage Licenses and then Backup.
Select a folder to save your backup and click OK.
Open the backup folder and look for a file named IndivBox.key.
Right-click on the file and select Properties.
Go to Details tab and check the File version.
The latest version of IndivBox.key as of April 2023 is 11.0.6000.6324. If you have an older version, you need to update it by playing a DRM protected Windows Media file online.
After checking your IndivBox.key version, you can download Drmdbg Exe Download from one of these links: