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Synchronizing? I listen to a lot of audio books which I download from my local library on a temporary basis. the downloads seem to be working and my mp3 seems to be formatting according to manufacturers website. However, when I try to play the books I get a message that says to synchronize in order to continue my music subscription and the books won't play. Any ideas?

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Re: Synchronizing?

You have to be playing the book in Windows Media as you sync. It works then. My problem is that is loads the entire book as 'one' so you can pick up in the middle.

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