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Connecting/Installing Go Gear to Mac. I take it that you can't?

My Mac doesn't recognize the software, nor does it see the Player as a USB. I;m out of luck with the Mac right?

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  • Anonymous Feb 06, 2009

    cannot connect go gear to mac computer

  • andreakleinm Mar 10, 2009

    ¿cuál? Which one?

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