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How do I resolve "NO AUTHORITY" message on my Centon MP3 player?

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How do I resolve "NO AUTHORITY" message on my Centon MP3 player?
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"The first thing I'd check is your ripping settings in Windows Media Player 9. If I remember correctly, it defaults to copy-protecting ripped tracks, and your player may not be able to play them as is. You'll find the Rip Music tab in the settings area. Look for a checkbox that says "Copy Protect Songs", or something similar. If checked, uncheck it and hit apply. Then re-rip your music tracks and transfer them to the player. All should be well after that."
The above answer was located at:
http://www.techlore.com/forum/thread/17351/No-Authority---/

Your "No Authority" issue is also discussed here.
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080513111454AAT9gTJ
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