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Music on SD Cards

I HAVE LOADED MUSIC ONTO MY SD CARD BUT I AM UNABLE TO PLAY THIS ON MY PDA AN ADIVE

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You should give up uploading music to your PDA and start to creat your own... Try Griff - I can't put mine down!!!

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