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Downloading to MP3 Player

Can't seem to get music to download to my Philips SA238 Digital Audio Player. I have it connected but the synch won't start.

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If the computer doesn't recognize it follow instructions at Philips support forumns http://www.usasupport.philips.com/consumer/prodSearchAction.html

IF you do have it connected try using winamp (www.winamp.com/download)

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