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Can't get mp3 to work

I can't get the mp3 to work. I have ripped the tracks and syncronized them to the mp3 on my audiovox and then copied them to the mp3 but when I go to listen to the music it says no data in the mp3 and I don't have my users manuel.

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  • elvi Nov 26, 2007

    I have a wma/mp3 player its a GPX model. I tried synchronizing music but it says that there is a problem it won't let me copy the files.



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Put the SD card into your computer using a different source or hook it up with the camera. It will show as a new drive and you will be able to see whats there and add or remove stuff. Try to play a song off the SD card while looking at it in your computer, right click the song and tell it to play using windows media player. If this works then the cam should also. Try head phones using the plug in jack.

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