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Keep getting Transfer Unscusseful

I have a napster account. I download the songs, they automatically go to window's media. from there i go to my computer, pick the MuVo icon and all the songs from Media are there. when i try to upload them to the player, i get an unsucessful transfer message. Please if anybody can walk me through what i am doing wrong, it will be greatly appreciated! thanks!

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Need to reformat. If that doesn't solve the problem, then reloading the firmware with an older version may be your only option.

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