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I cant put music on my mp3

When i try to put songs off bearshare onto my mp3 player it says something about not having a license and then when i finally got them on there and i try to listen to them it says invalid license and i dont know what the problem is.

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Put a CD into your computer and then select all. After that click sync to MP3 player. If that doesn't help, hightlight everything, then right click and then click send to-Removable disk F. That should send it to your MP3 player.

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