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Playing itunes on SanDisk

I just got itunes and the song is loading on to my SanDisk player when it is listed on the computer, but it isn't showing on the player. How do I play an itunes song on my SanDisk?

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Depends on the format of the song. If it is .AAC it wont play on the Sansa. You'll need to convert the song to mp3 or wmv format, do a google search for "Mp3 converters" if you need to find a converter

Posted on Aug 07, 2007

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