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I-pod help!

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by sigs4all!, Apr 20, 2006.

  1. sigs4all!

    sigs4all!

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    (I'm very low-tech...so bear with me...) I bought an "digital audio player" (not actually an I-pod) and am trying to install the software. It fails to install saying I need a new "service pack" which I go to download. Long story short my Windows is not "genuine" (used computer) and this service pack won't download, which means the software won't download which means no music....right? I can purchase the windows conversion pack to make it genuine for $150.00 (and next time I will)but was hoping to accomplish this with out it. Any suggestions how?
     
  2. Furant

    Furant Millennium Member

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    I always post about this, but try MediaMonkey. It's the best music manager around and it has interfaces to most portable music players. It's free for the basic version and will probably do most of what you want it to do. For #20 or $30 you can get the gold version that is a bargain at that price.

    Search on MediaMonkey in these forums and see some of my other posts on it.

    Joey
     

  3. grokdesigns

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