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Frozen Out When i connect my mp3 player to the pc, the folder opens with my music files inside, but then when i try to click on the files it freezes the computer and shuts down. When i switch on the player it just says "No Music". .Leanne.

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Are the music files supported by your player??? if not you'll have to load in the right files. Also try this, make another folder where your music files are and put your music in it.

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