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When trying to play the music on my Ipod it keeps reading format error. Why is it doing this and how can i get the music to play? Ehen I try to sync wiht windows media, it says did not fit on device.

When trying to play the music on my Ipod it keeps reading format error. Why is it doing this and how can i get the music to play? Ehen I try to sync wiht windows media, it says did not fit on device. PLEASE HELP!!!

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MP3 files come in different resolutions try to load some different MP3's (from a diff source) and see if those work, they should. BionicSam

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