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My sansa doesn't show some songs that I've downloaded.

I have uploaded a bunch of songs for my mp3, but for some reason it doesn't show up on it. When I plug it into my computer to check the files, they're there. I've checked the bitrate and it's similar to many of the working ones. What should I do?

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  • dadinhermosa Dec 04, 2007

    Me too!!!

  • Awarty Dec 05, 2007

    ditto.

    this product sucks

  • Synergyman Jul 09, 2008

    "Rhapsody has detected a problem with some of the Windows Media DRM components on your computer. You will not be able to transfer or play any Rhapsody tracks until this problem is resolved."



    I clicked yes, it opened two Internet Explorer browsers and when I tried to click "Upgrade" it said there was an error in the upgrade process, go to http:support.microsoft.com, which I did and was unable to find any resolution for this DRM problem.

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Make sure the DRM license has transfer rights.

Posted on May 23, 2008

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