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FILE TRANSFER I can see the files in the external drive but they don't show up on the player unit. Could this have something to do with them ast mp4 files? And, if so, is there a way to get them on the player to hear them? I've downloaded these songs from the Itunes Library. Thanks!

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Well just off the cuff, its not that its MP4 as much as the fact that Itunes copyright locks its songs....I believe it's .m4a isn't it. There is absolutely a way to strip that off, but I'm afraid I can't tell you that part(hint google)...once in mp4 it can be played if your player supports it or you can batch rip mp4 to mp3 if that's all your player supports. Good Luck

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