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I got my son mp3 player i tried to download some music to it but a soon as i plug it out of the computer it says empty disk..but the computer recognise all the music that is in my mp3 why??????

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The program of your MP3 player got trouble, you can reinstall the program by using its utility disk or CDs.. Before doing it try to recopy or backup the mp3 files to your computer and make some reformat of your mp3 player, hope this might be help. Good Luck!

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