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Inst. cd I just reinstalled my OS and had to reinstall several pieces of software including my player and I discovered that the cd is scratched and stuff and won't work:( I can add songs and pics to my player but it would bee a whole lot easier with the player manager.

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Re: inst. cd

You can take it to any re-sale game/video store and some video rental stores and they can fix the scratches for about 5 bucks.

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