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I'm trying to move my music files from my NOMAD to my desktop...but nothing will copy. I am looking at them through Windows Explorer. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks! rab2912

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Try downloading the CreativeMediaSource app & also the Plugin from http://support.creative.com/Products

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