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I can't put songs on my mp3 player. its says internal error.

I got it for christmas it worked up until about april then it just never let me put new songs on it. i can delete and do erythign else but put new songs on there. is there anything i can do?

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I think there is a problem with your system. Download the latest firmware. If you have the yp-t8x then go here: (http://www.samsung.com/support/productsupport/download/Model_Select2.aspx?type=MP3+Player&subtype=Archived+MP3+Players&model=YP%2DT8X&fileType=FM&LSSI=%2Finclude%2FSSI%2Fus%5Fleft%2FLMenu%5FMP3Player%5FArchivedMP3Players%2Esec&RSSI=%2Finclude%2FSSI%2Fus%5Fright%2FRMenu%5FMP3Player%2Esec) If not, search for firmware for your mp3 player and follow instructions for installation. Hope this helps!

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