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Mp3 player not playing

What format does the music need to be in? it doesnt show up as mp3 format , wma and wpl show up with song name and everything but no sound comes out.

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  • steveproshek Feb 12, 2009

    i have it entered in my music folder, it doesnt make sense

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Be sure that you enter your songs to the correct folder...sometimes it has to be enterd in my music,music,audio,sounds...

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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