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What its saying is that you do not own these songs legally so you have "no authority". Which means you have no rights/licenses with these songs as you can not use them legally. So you would need to go buy these songs legally, as some MP3 players have "copyright cops" in them.
To put music on your zvue spirit mpe player, you will need a computer system that you have music on already. i mean you must have stired some music on the computer system
I believe your zvue spirit player came with a usb cord, connect your zvue spirit mpe player to your computer system.
Go to my computer on the desktop of your computer, right click and open, you will see a drive or an icon representing your zvue spirit mpe player.
right click on it to open and create a folder that you want to store the music on.
Go to your computer system where the music are stored, highlight all and right to copy. Go to the folder you created on your zvue spirit mpe player, open the folder and right click to paste the music you copied from your computer system in it.
Safely eject your zvue spirit mpe player and go to the folder you stored the music to see all the songs.
Thats because it most likely runs off of your default music player hook your device to the computer than go and startup your default music player(i.e windows media player, Itunes) the device should be recognized
I've had this happen a couple of times in the last 6 months. You can get it to play again by chosing the format option from the settings menu. Of course, then you've lost everything you had loaded on to it. Download your music/audio books again and they will play.
Click on the following link to create & transfer music to your mp3 player. I assume that you have the tracks in your PC hard drive (My Music folder). If not if you have them in a CD, go ahed and insert it on to the PC and then Rip the music using Windows Media Player.
Sansa e200 - creating & transferring playlists
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When you see "SYNCHRONIZE TO CONTINUE YOUR MUSIC SUBSCRIPTION" that means you need to sync your device again because you are using a subscription service like napster or yahoo music. Because you are using subscription songs you have to periodically sync your player with your computer so the subscription can confirm you are still a member
Sounds like you have two problems here. First my guess is your files bought from walmart are corrupted some how. just delete the ones that are giving you fits and call it a day. Second you mentioned it wont even sync music,,,, Are you saying none of your music or just the walmart ones ?
Did you use your own cd's?
If so, did you use Windows Media Player to copy (rip) them to your computer?
Windows Media Player, by default, has "copy protect my music" selected. To remove this, in Windows Media Player select Tools>Options>Rip Music and un-check the copy protect my music mark.
You will need to delete the music you already transferred, then re-copy the music without protection, then re-transfer them to your device.
Best of Luck.