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WILL NOT PLAY

When I select a song to play - just will not play the song. Everything works the same - just suddenly the song does not count down and play.

I tried repairing my player - stripping all data from it and re-loading it. Still the same results.

It is not hung up. Just will not play a song. Will select the song. Will not pay it.

Thank you for your help.

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  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2008

    it will play the song but i can;t hear it in the headphones

  • yaneise Dec 01, 2008

    can't hear anything i already changed the headphones

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This player will be ruined by using Windows Media Player 11 to transfer songs. It may work fine for a while, but eventually it will fail. You already ran the Repair and it didn't solve the issue, so if it is a Windows Media Player-related issue, that player may be toast.
Alternatively, you may be trying to load a song that had a fixed-term DRM license. The license could now be expired, requiring you to refresh the download through the music service from which it was purchased.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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