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Dont how to put songs on my i-bulldog.

When i put my i-bulldog into my computer the only thing that comes up is the protection installation.

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Re: dont how to put songs on my i-bulldog.

Well, do you go to the sync part on your computer media player? do you download them from limewire the songs might be incomplete, or you might not have installed the softwre right.

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