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"Liscense expired" on sansa express 2G

Suddenly almost all songs say "liscense expired" and dont play.
Sansa express 2G, purchased about 1 month ago

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If you downloaded the songs onto your player free from a mp3 website, there songs most likely were protected by a liscense which only allows you to listen to the for a certain of time (usually a month) as a trial so you will buy the songs to keep it as long as you like. If you do not wish to purchase the songs from that place you are getting them from, you can either go to another free website without a liscense on their songs and get them there or purchase them from another site you like.

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