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Transferring my music to program

I am transferring my music file from Windows media to the program for the delstar ds31024 and it wont accept the music the mp3 shows the songs downloaded from my computer but they wont play

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  • loamo2007 Jan 04, 2009

    okay i think i figured something out?????? why does this delstar have a play button that does not play the music...???? you have to use the button on the top? Glad I am doing this for my friend if not i would return it to the store..!!!!

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Make sure the songs are downloaded as mp3 not wma's. did the same thing on mine. if your computer has rhapsody try using it to download

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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