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Iam using sansa clip 2GB my system is showing device.. bt its nt showing songs in my ipod....

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When you plug it in and windows identifies it, you have to try to get to the file they are stored on, I believe it's a DVR file, if it's empty, try dragging and dropping an mp3 into it.

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