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I have tried to sync music from my desktop to my 2gb Gigaware MP3 player, but the track says ''locked'' on the MP3 player. How do I fix this problem?

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You have to take a closer look at a few things here. First you need to know that the files that you were trying to copy is on someone else's library. there's a certain authorization to a five number of ipods to be sync'd with each iTunes library, And if your device is unauthorized then you won't be able to sync between your device and the computer, After having all above checked you may post the situation then and we shall go further in this troubleshoot.

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