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How can i transfer songs from WindowsMediaPlayer to ipodShuffle?

I cant use itunes, its giving me error msge : it says "cant copy or paste to disk" or sumthing liek that. so i need to use WMPlayer. but when i sync my songs, it doesnt in my Ipodshuffle and the Ipod's LED is blinking, reason code: "no music"

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Alright!!! This is what you need to do. its not working with WMPLAYER because it is not WMP format. Its mp3 specifically for itunes. when you plug the ipod on the dock and it recognizes it, change your settings umm exactly where the settings are im not sure because i havent used my shuffle in forever since i have 3 other ipods haha. but when it recognizes the ipod click where the ipod shows up on the left in itunes and find settings and set to default. If it doesnt work RESTORE it. its a must.

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Delete then re download itunes(it will not delete any songs) then sync as u normally do

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