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My GPX won't let me take songs off it?

It will let me put songs on it..but when i go it take songs off it,it says songs are write protected?? can you help me??

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Check to make sure the unit is not on HOLD. Remove it and you should be able to use My Computer or Windows Media Player to work with it.

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