Question about Audio Players & Recorders
My new Omnitech MP3 player will not synchronise with Windows media player so that I could copy songs that I had ripped. When I manage to copy songs over using Linux as my platform, it will only play when I connect it to my PC but told me I have no authority when I tried playing the songs and listening with my earphones. It also said that the gadget is write-protected but how do I unlock it?
When I try to sync from my computer to my Phillips Mp-3 player. I am told I need a licence to do this. This all started when I got a new laptop with Vista. on my old computer with XP I never had this problem. What do I ne to do? The music I am trying to sync is from CDs I have already bought. Not downloaded from the net.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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