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It doesnt have a picture file when you plug it up to the computer

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I'm not sure exactly what you're saying, but if you mean that no picture files are being displayed that were previously on the player , then there are a couple of possibilities:
1) Switch from msc mode to mtp mode and try again to see if they are on there
2) Disable auto-sync in Windows Media Player

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