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Installing songs when i try to sync songs from windows media player onto the removable disk(diamond mp3 silver 2g) only about half the songs will go on and i dont know how or what its doing.....someone please help me

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Ryan i guess the other songs aren't in the mp3 format n the player u use might not support them... so better convert all the songs to mp3 format n then copy them to your player..

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