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Does anyone know where to get the new sanyo music file master download. sanyo,s own update not accesible and i have somehow lost the players built in version

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Hi you can get it from sanyo from there website i got it from here http://jp.sanyo.com/icr/english/index.html hope this helps

Posted on Jan 30, 2011

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