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I downloaded music from spiralfrog to my computer, and the to my digital mp3 wma player (autobaby) and when i try to play my tunes it pops up "format error"how can i fix this?????

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  • katsy00 Jan 13, 2008

    if it should play on my MP3 and MP4 players, why wont it then? it just says format error

  • emilydees Dec 28, 2008

    i download song off sprialfrog and when i try to sync to my mp3 it says error.

  • Anonymous May 05, 2009

    my mp4 player won't play the files on my mp4player

  • Anonymous May 08, 2009

    my songs wont play on my mp3 when ever i try format error pops up how can i fix it?

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Spiralfrog uses microsoft plays for sure drm protection.
Spiralfrog downloads will play on these mp3 players.

When your player is not supported you should find another
download site as drm sucks big time :)

Posted on Jan 12, 2008

  • As I said I think it should *not* play on your autobaby made by Shenzhen China Canada Hongkong Electronics Co., Ltd.

    I can't find this mp player listed as play for sure certified on microsoft's website or on the wikipedia page.


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