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Problem with the X30 and WMP 11

Windows Media Player 11 says that my Gigabeat X30 is out of date, which I'm assuming it's referring to the firmware. I can't find a website in english to help me find out if there is new firmware for my MEGX30 or not. I mostly use my iTunes software for music anyhow, but the Gigabeats only allow them to sync to either WMP or their "Gigabeat Room" software. WMP is much more versatile. Can anyone out there help me find support in English for my X30? Maybe even new firmware for it?

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