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It's not working right...!

When I open my mp3 player, it always shows me the songs I have on it and 3 folders that go with it (audible, config, and record).

Now, it shows TCNAND0 on it...so I click and I get an Albums folder, Music folder, RECORD folder, and WMPInfo. I click on them and they are empty, except for the WMPInfo one...which is about windows media player.


Why is it not working right??? What do I have to do?
I already tried it in another computer and it does the same thing...so I don't think it's my computer...

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  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2008

    When I open my mp3 player, it always shows me the songs I have on it and 3 folders that go with it (audible, config, and record).No songs

  • musikfreak11 Dec 10, 2008

    I just went to the settings but it was already on USB so I tried it just in case. It didn't work, so I decided to switch it from USB to the other one. I think it was MC or something like that. It worked!! :D Thank youuuu!!! :) :) :)

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Switch the USB Mode from whatever mode it's in to auto-detect.

Menu -> Settings -> USB Mode

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