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Mp3 player hello, i have an mp3 player and an imac computer. i can get it to recognise the device but nothing happens when i put songs into it, someone told me i had to reconfigure it, and i tried doing what they said through disk utility but now my mp3 player just says "disk error" have you any suggestions? sorry to bother you.

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Certainly,if you're using itunes that wiill automatically set it back to factory settings for you,if not,just download it,which will make it compatableif you're using vista,if not just go to i tunes dot com and down load the file...hope this helps.

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