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Windows Media Player says The media is write protected.

I keep getting a message from windows media saying The media is write protectedI cant download any music for my daughter.

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  • chelle 08 May 20, 2008

    1. Go to the sync page

    2. Select the music that i wanted

    3. Go to Sync the playlist

    4. Then a message would pop up saying that the media was write protected.

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Try the write-protect switch on the side of the device.

Posted on Jan 22, 2008

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