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The music transfurs but there is nothing showes up in my playlist

It says transfer complete but under my HDD it says there is no music nothing shows up anywere but when i hook it back up to my computer it shows the music i transfered. what is the problem?

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  • denilson Dec 23, 2007

    Yes, the same happened to my hdd070 - after music transfer via musicmatch ( the only way).. it says it's empy.. have tried so reinstall , reformatting, reset, .. many times.. can you help me ? thanks a lot !

  • f3nvy Aug 22, 2008

    yes i have same this problem i have music data but i cant see only one messege show screen connect to computer so please help me

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You need to transfer the music using a program called musicmatch which is available from the philips website. These philips players are awkward like this. Hope this helps

Posted on Jan 22, 2008

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    L Jefferson Aug 06, 2008

    Can't belive this got an innappropiate rating. This is not a plug and play MP3 player as you have to transfer the music using musicmatch. Maybe in future they should just read the manual.

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