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Wont sync my sa6065 mp3 wont sync it says its 100% synced but it doesnt put on my player do i have reset it but it still doesnt work

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That model doesn't register with me - is it outside the US? At any rate, the newer Philips player do not support synchronization through Windows Media Player in some cases. You will have to drag and drop the files directly through Windows Explorer.

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Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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