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Sandisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player problem

My screen keeps saying to sychronize to continue subscription but I have no idea what it is talking about. The only snyc option i have is on windows media player to put songs on it. PleASE HELP. iT WAS A GIFT AND i REALLY ENJOY USING IT.

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  • tweedle Feb 29, 2008

    I TOO HAVE A SANSA MP3 CLIP. ALL I HAVE IS WIMDOWS MEDIA PLAYER. IT WON'T SYNC WITH THE DEVICE? WHATS UP?

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2008

    I've been having the same synchronize message and I have finally fixed it. Unfortunately, I don't know for sure how I fixed it. Try going into Rhapsody and select the My Account -> Update Track License and see if that works.

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The songs that are on there were probably taken from the Rhapsody music service, or some other subscription music service. You must continue/renew the subscription to be able to continue playing them on the Sans clip.

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