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I see my music on the mp3 player but when i open it on the labtop it shows empty file

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Hey ! listen..I see that your Mp3 is working fine..you will have to use iTunes for certain Mp3s..so try installing iTunes or Limewire..from www.downloads.com ..and then try..im sure you will get it..ok

Posted on May 25, 2009

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