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Ematic MP3/video player will not play any type music

Will not play .wav files - they show up on the removable drive and show up in the player when disconnected, but will not play. I get an error message on the player as follows: "Prompt: The file type error!"

Computer media players used = Windows Media Player and Itunes. OS is Vista. I was copying and pasting the files from user/myname/music. As I said, they show up - they just won't play.

I have done a quick format (FAT32) with no improvement.

I have already figured out that DRM from Itunes is not going to play, but I am pulling .wav from ripped cd's. Please help.

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Convert these wav files in format mp3 with the help of tvc converter/other mp3 converter then install these mp3 files on your player and enjoy

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