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Cant put songs on

Everytime i try an put songs on my mp3 it says the computor doesnt read it

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    windows media player says it does not detect the device

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You need to be a little more specific. Your computer says it can't read the MP3 player? Do you mean Windows Media player says that or what? What is the actual error you get, word for word?

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