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How do i download music from computer to sansadisk

How do i put music from my computer to my sansad
isk

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Well if your using Windows Media Player. I can fix this problem easy. Just go to the sync tab then on the side and add music to the sync list. If your not I can't help u. Oh also if your using itunes it dosent work.

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