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Sync problem Just bought two new cd's on urge and after sync to player and disconnect, I get a message when i try to play them, sync to continue your music subscription. I have bought other albums from this music source and no problems. Contacted Urge and they said it was the version of urge, but no help with that either. So... What is there if anything i could do?

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Convert the songs to mp3 format

Posted on May 26, 2007

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