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Mp3 I can hear the songs on my computer but when i put the card in my mp3 player it says no track.

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Hi, my name is GJ, i bought the panasonic sv-sd50 a few years ago and i missplaced the intalation cd, since then i have had my pc cleaned and lost the program off my pc. i am trying to load load songs onto the scan disk and when i play them on my pc it works but when i put it in the player it says no track and wont work. if you can help please let me know how i can make the unit work without the cd and program instlled on my pc or what i have to do to make it work, thank you. gj

Posted on Oct 28, 2007

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This MP3 player uses a proprietary plugin to encode its music. The plugin only comes in the program RealOne (or RealPlayer...whatever it's called now). The Real software is not very well liked. So unfortunately if you want to use the MP3 player at all, you will have to go to www.realnetworks.com and download their software in order for the player to work.

Best regards,

-Micah

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

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