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Won't download I have Windows XP & I work thru Windows Media Player every thing on my end works I start SYN to transfer it to my Jazz MP3 player, my screen says it has completed syn. There is nothing on my MP3 player. Can you help me.

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Try not running the Syn software at all. Try copying the files over manually.

After plugging in the USB cable you should get a small popup that says its connected.

Click on "My computer" and under "Devices with removable storage" you should see a new device called DV.

double click on that and you should see 3 folders. DCIM, EBOOK, and MP3

Copy your mp3 files from your computer into the mp3 folder of the camera and it should work.


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