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Lost my setup disk

Hello, my MP-556 player setup disk got missed placed and my computer was in the shop for a new hard drive. I wanted to know if a new setup can be downloaded to my email or downloaded to my computer. How can I get another disk if it can't be downloaded?

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  • Anonymous Aug 22, 2008

    my disk wasnt in the box. can i download another way?

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