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I just bought it today

I only put wma and mp3 files in it all at 128 kbps, and for some it says " not supported format" please help

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Check the files that say "non-supported format" by right-clicking one and going to "properties". Click the "license," "digital rights mgmt," or "media usage rights" tab (wording varies by configuration). See if the license is expired or says, does not support transfer to device. Make sure your music svc sub is up-to-date. If so, convert them all to mp3 format - problem solved.

Another poster said that they got same error with 128 kbps bit rate.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on May 30, 2008

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