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Transfer music Hi. My problem is I try to do a drag and drop of music files from my flash drive to my player. It tranfers fine, but when I try to play the music a message comes up saying it is not in sync. Would you be able to give me step by step instructions on how to do this. I'm new at this and I'm sure I am missing a procedure. My player is a Sandisk m240 (1 GB) your help would be very much appreciated Leonard

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Connetc mp3 player to PC
Open Windows Media Player
Go to Library tab and find the songs that you want to transfer
Click on Sync tab
Drag songs you want to transfer to the window on the right that says drag files here to synchronize...
Click Start Sync

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