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Copying from iTunes to Zen crashes laptop!

I've found the easiest way to get the musice from my friend's iTunes onto the player is to just highlight them in iTunes, Copy, then Paste in the Music folder in my player. It worked a couple times, but now whenever I try it, the laptop (compaq btw) crashes, and shuts down. My friend now won't let me plug in my Zen :(

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Get the recovery tool to fix, and don't use iTunes to transfer:
http://support.creative.com/Products/Products.aspx?catid=213&catName=MP3+Players

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