Question about Coby MP-C541 (128 MB) MP3 Player

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My player Everytime i got to put my songs on the mp3 player it tells me the specified file cannot be found? Whats going on!

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  • killercam Aug 07, 2008

    whenever i try to download songs it says that the directory or file cannot be created. please help

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Try using Windows Media Player to sync your device and drag the songs you want to sync to your player. Don't drag them in like a flash card. Doesn't work that way. Hope it works for you...

Posted on Jul 05, 2007

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You have a wrong playlist format. Make sure the files you are downloading are supported by your player.

Posted on Jun 08, 2006

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