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Transferring music to device

I have installed YMJ version 2.2 on my computer running windows xp. my problem is whenever i attempt to transfer ANY music to the device, i am prompted with this error message

Device Transfer Failed: Error 0xc00d2781

any help would be greatly appreciated.

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That error code means that the mp3 player is having a problem retrieving digital rights to the songs you have attempted to load.
The license on the songs that you are trying to download either does not permit transfer to mp3 players - or the license has expired. Use mp3 format songs only, and you will never have this problem. You can read my "Tips & Tricks" article on song formats if you really want more detailed information.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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