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Sansa e260r mp3 player with rhapsody

Hi, i'm not a very electronics educated person, but i would think i would be able to figure this out and i can't... i got a mp3 player for xmas and got music off the rhapsody channels that the player came with. a few days later after listening to it, a screne popped up and said "your trial account has expired. connect to your PC to renew."it won't let me play any music that i saved from the rhapsody channels. so i connected it and nothing i did would let me play music. recently, i have downloaded songs to my mp3 player from limewire and it will only let me play a select few. when i try to play them another screne pops up and says "sycronize to continue your music subscribtion." i have no idea what that means. any help would be very much appreciated thanks

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It means that either your music files have been corrupted or that you only had a specific amount of plays for that song because it was only a trial, so if you redownload them and pay for them then they should, work. For the song difficulties with LimeWire, I am stumped on that, but if I figure it out, you'll be the first to know! Your online bud, Maxwell

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