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Syn??? "Syncronized to continue your music subscription" what does it mean, and why do I get it everytime my battery dies. THen I cannot play or listen to any music in my mp3 player.

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Hey, I fixed mine. I have Windows Media Player and I just formatted my device and it works good as new =3

Posted on May 19, 2007

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