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MY MP3 IS SAYING LINCENCE EXPIRED

My mp3 kepts saying that the lincence expired right i got some new songs .It not even saying it to all the songs ,only to old ones.how do i get it to stop doing it.PLEASE HELP ME !!!!! PLEASE COMMENT ON THIS

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Easy answer... you have downloaded this music illegally and you do not have a license for the music... simple as that. Either that or you did not get the license with the music through itunes or another ''legal'' source.

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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