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Synchronizing i just got a sansa mp3 and i tried putting music in it and it is loaded onto the mp3 player but everytime i want to play one of my songs it doesn't play. instead it says synchronize to continue your music subscriptions.

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  • equest2009 Jan 24, 2009

    I have the same problem as lisanguyen. Every time I turn my player on now, it immediately says that my subscription has expired and to connect it to my computer. I do this, and it charges, I am able to drag songs and delete songs, etc.



    Last night, while trying to fix this problem, I thought that downloading and purchasing some tracks from Rhaposdy would work. After doing this, which was successful, I thought that the "Renew Subscriptions" tab found under the "Tools" tab I believe, would help because hey, my subscription had apparently expired. It did not help one single bit, although I can listen to the songs I bought on the Sansa Clip, as well as some others, but not all, such as some songs that I had dowloaded onto my hard drive and uploaded to my Sansa Clip.



    I would like to know how to renew my subsrciption or what I have to do in order to be able to play all of the songs I have on the player and not be interrupted by a screen that says "Your subsrciption has expired. Please connect to your computer".

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The Sansa player always wants to sync with the first/original computer that you hooked the player to to make sure you still have a paid subscription to Rhapsody, Napster, etc (sometimes it works if you hook it to another computer with an open internet connection so that it can verify that the subscription is still good).

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