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Compatible download website

I want a subscription to a pay site so I dont have to save songs on my computer. But Rhapsody and other sites are not compatible with this player...any suggestions?

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Re: compatible download website

I have the same player and am happy with you will get 25 to start off with and try out your player with. Then only 9.99 a month for a set amount of downloads to your player, sliding scale lets you up the amount you want per month, just like Netflix, or your internet connection supplier. Good listening. I suggest dumping your load currently on your player, before you start with a new site. Refresh the driver if you still use the disk, and check that your security is off as the little bits don't fly well in a secure restricted flow, like cookies and active X controls. I'm running a new Windows Vista and I got the compatability tool which helps with older programs to work in sync smoothly.

Posted on Oct 16, 2007

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