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Is my player messed up or is it napster

Alright i got this 2 gig sansa e250 mp3 player a few weeks ago and its been working fine for a while. but it started saying a lot of my tracks from windows media player were bad but they worked fine the day before. on top of that, i just got a napster account and it had a lot of other songs i wanted, but after about 2 days they decided to say sync to continue music subscription. some one told me to erase and recopy the songs and when i did, they worked for another 2 days and i changed a song and it said the same thing. what does that mean, and do i need a new mp3 or a better mp3 download site?

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Re: is my player messed up or is it napster

Need to keep your msuic svc subscription updated, and resync eveyr 30 days or more

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