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It wont let me sync my file

Everytime i try to sync my music files onto the device it gets to one hundred percent on the first song but doesnt syn it it just stops

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  • sdw5353 Jul 30, 2008

    My MP3 is doing the same thing!! It will get to 100% of the first song and then say COMPLETE, but it stops there...the songs dont get put onto my MP3 player.

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Make sure the songs are in the right format - Mp3 format is the best

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