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Lost without it!!

Well we were on our vacation in the ALOHA State.It was a #!*$#@* Blast,The weather everyday was 89 degrees a good day to go Browes around the island.Well my wife brought a sansa (e200)Ipod dont know why?one my kids opened it look at when he was done he put everything but the (CD)-rom.How do i get one or where can i download it from...MUCH MAHALOS

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Re: Lost without it!!

You actually don't need the software. Follow the below steps to get your music on it. You are better off with the software they include, it's kind of intrusive. Plug into USB Go to my computer Mp3 player shows up as removable disc usually drive F: double click drive F: to open it Click and drag or copy and paste your music into this drive and you are good to go Good Luck

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