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Unfortunately you have to reformat your mp3 player. This is how you do it and it will erase all data you have on there. You have to start over with loading the music etc...
1. Double-click My Computer on the Windows Desktop or in the Start Menu. 2. Locate the Removable Disk (X:) or Player (X:) icon that is associated with the player. (X: equals the drive letter assigned to the ILO player.) 3. Right-click the Removable Disk (X:) or Player (X:) icon. 4. Click Format…. Reformatting your ILO player will result in the deletion of all tracks and settings on the ILO player. 5. If you are sure you want to reformat your player, click Start.
What the hell!!! The stupid new WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER doesn't let me download my music.... and the first time i tried it deleted all my music i draged from limewire! WE NEED THE OLD WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!