Are you sure? CDs are not .wav files they are .cda files. you would need to record them to your hard disk first and then convert them to .mp3 files. The programme I use is from WIS Technology Inc. I don't know where i got it from as I have had it for years but it was free. try a search, I have it as Music Converter but the .exe file is called WISmp3.exe
"Actually, .CDA files aren't really files at all. Windows shows the tracks on an audio CD as ".CDA" files for convenience. For example, you can create a file association for ".CDA" and invoke an audio CD player when you double-click on a track.
The tracks themselves are in a format almost identical to a common WAV or AIFF file."