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Have you been able to download music onto the player in the past just fine? Does the player turn on and work normally, you just can't load music on it? It sounds like the player itself may have issues... Does the computer seem to recognize it when you plug it in? Please give me a bit more info here.
Thanks Tim

Posted on Oct 03, 2010

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