Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You have either downloaded a corrupt file, which needs to be removed, or your songs are in the wrong format. I would convert every song that you have in there to Mp3 format, and you will not have any problems in the future. If you want to keep the files in their existing format, make sure the drm license on them is not expired. If you Philips GoGear is one of the 2008 models - I would need a model # to be able to tell - then they do not accept DRM-encrypted files at all.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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