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Probably either a virus or it needs to be updated. Hard to say. Delete the connection program and reload it up. I am not familiar with the brand of player. Also try clearing your mp3 player of all tunes and reload again. You know it is possible to load a corrupted song and then that will screw everything up.
Also did you change your program. For example were you loading from WMA 10 then upgraded to WMA 11 and then the troubles start. Look also at what you have done. Sometimes older player can not use the newer upgrades for one reason or the other.
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Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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