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Problem syncing my mp3 players with Napster

I have a sansa m250 and a samsung mp3 player. Whenever I try to syncronize eather of my mp3 players with Napster, it seams to continually try and read the player. When I try to open the player in Napster to see what songs and playsists are currently on the device, I usually get about 10 secconds before it closes the player view and goes back to ''download status''. Interestingly that I had the same problem with Rhapsody's program before I switched to Napster. Sometimes I can actually see the player and transfer songs and playlists. However, this only hapens randomly. More commonly, I sit and stare at the program, trying to wait for Napster to read my players. If I try to view the players too many times, the entire program will shut down.

Any ideas?

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