Question about RCA TH1101 MP3 Player
Make a folder on your desktop, copy the files that you want from your 'music' folder, and paste them into this folder. Then copy all of the files in the folder you just created and paste them into your mp3 player. Open the mp3 player in 'my computer' and just right click and paste. Your music files should go over. Once you are happy delete the folder from the desktop or keep it for further use.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Windows media player is probably right because you have moved the music to another location. You might need to rebuild the library.
Use Windows Explorer to check that the music is on the new drive.
Can I also recommend downloading Winamp to play your music, It's free, sounds better and doesn't spy on you!
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