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Hello and good day, I just bought a Nextech SD card for my son's DSI. when we inserted it and tried to open the music files through it. there a message of " Cannot find any music (compatible AAC files on the SD Card). I downloaded musics to SD card from my PC before loading to the DSI. any help is greatly appreciated. TYVM

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As the warning said the music files aren't in the correct format, the only one supported by your device - aac. Most likely the files are in mp3 format.
If you want to use them on this device you must convert them. Use this program for that:
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Audio/Audio-Convertors/AAC-to-MP3-Converter.shtml

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