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Windows media does not load music

Computer recognizes device. I can't load music through windows media. need my music! Please help. i checked compatability with windows media player. I told windows media to sync. nothing happens. I believe I have up to date programs and drivers.

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Mario here < cy >. the support for the device from windows is in two parts. The mtp driver and the device usb driver. if you have the factory cd just follow the instractions and you must have xp sp2. I had the same problem. but the media player 10 from the cd is different from some others. . if your computer recognise it try for SURE imesh. it is free and full compatible with allmost any portable device.. (or you can just browse it)

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