Question about XO Vision X120AUD MP3 Player
Well, this is what you should do: when you connect the MP3 to your computer, go to "My Computer". after that find the "removable disk _" it will be something like "removable disk D" or perhaps "removable dis A". click it, then click music. it should bring up a blank box, or if you have song on your MP3, it will show those. Find the song you want (Which i usually use Ares or Limewire) and then drag it to the box. lose the box, eject your MP3, and all should be good...hopefully.
-Hope this helped. Carter
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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