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Load music into your iTunes library by either purchasing tracks or CDs online from the iTunes store, which is accessible through the iTunes interface, or insert CDs into your CD-ROM drive and rip them into your iTunes library by clicking "Import Music" within your iTunes interface.
Uncheck any songs that you do not wish to be transferred from your iTunes library to your iPod, for the iTunes library will automatically begin downloading all songs (which are checked by default) to your iPod upon connection.
Connect your iPod to your computer via the USB port that came with the purchase of your iPod. Click on "iPod" located under the "Devices" category to begin the syncing process if your computer does not begin automatically downloading music to your iPod..
You have songs that may be protected or the wrong format for your device. delete the bad song and download another copy from a different source and try it. This is not to uncommon due to different file formats and protection in the song files When you rip songs from another device often some won't load or play in another device especially if they are paid for songs.
In Windows Media Player, click the arrow underneath the Rip tab select Rip options, and change the format to mp3. Now, rerip the CD's and THEN synchronize them to the GoGear. The songs from the internet need to be in mp3 format only - some GoGear models do not recognize DRM-protected WMA's.
Make sure you are connected to the internet, and make sure that your music service subscription is up to date. If both of these conditions hold, and you still get the message, then delete the songs off the player, and reload them after converting them to Mp3 format - the WMA format is the only one that has a device certificate problem.
There are 2 reason why you would get that error..
1) when you transferred the tracks to the device the licenses didnt transfer...
2) The tracks you transferred are subscription tracks meaning that you have to sync your device each month in order to have those tracks playing...
If you dont have a subscription for the tracks...(you will have to format your device in that case) and also you could have a device certificate problem which can solve by formatting your device or your DRM components maybe bad...you can solve that problem by foramtting updating the firmware on the device..
If you have a subscription you need to download a new track and transfer it to the device again...that should update the licenses for every single tracks...If that doesnt do it you will have to format your device...
I hope this helps...
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ok go to my music on the start menu then you should have all your music there just copy and paste to mp3 or mp4 u can do this by going to my computer and see the name of mp3 or it will say under local hadrive mass storage ddevice if you need any more help contact me at email@example.com good luck!!