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Device Certificate I try to add songs to my player and I keep getting error messages. It says a problem is occurring regarding my device certificate. What is that? I called customer service, but they could not help.

Posted by Michele Malerba on

  • AGHHHHHH Apr 09, 2008

    my e260 says "error occured trying to obtain device certificate." when i try and sync rhapsody files to it. time and date, usb mode are all correct.

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Here is the message I was getting; "Windows Media Player cannot synchronize or burn the protected file because the Player cannot verify that the license is valid. A problem occured while contacting the Internet to determine the current date and time." I looked at my device, Sansa e260, and the time was off by 1 hr. and 10 min. I corrected the time on the device and it worked fine after that......

Posted on Aug 21, 2007

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