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Need help!! i just got a solution for my problem but i didn't really get how to use that solution to fix my mp3. the person told me to go into the files and enable the hidden files and access a file called pp5500 and delete it. does anyone know how to get to this file? i know that file licensing has to do with me getting stuck on the refresh screen so does anyone know how to get to that file?

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Use Windows Media Player instead

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