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I have been having something pop up between songs that I have downloaded: "SYNC NOTICE" To continue listening to your subscription tracks, please sinc. I don't know what this means and how do I get this off or how do I sinc. I don't have any subscription music on this. Please advise. Mamazahn

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If you have ripped the songs using windows media player 9 then you may want to rerip then again using windows media player 10 ( provided that you disable Copy Protect Music in The RIP tab ) and windows media player 11. If the songs came from music stores (napster,Rhapsody etc.. ) you can resync them using their software. You may want to reformat your player then retransfer the songs. This is normal if you purchase the songs. It dont mean the player is faulry its just the songs.

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