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How do I get music to play from the sd card?

I transferred some music to the sd card. It shows up in the window, but does not play.

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The songs are in the wrong format

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Hello, good that you found out how to get the player in the correct connection mode again.
The c200 players firmware version 2, take micro SD or SDHC cards with a maximum capacity of 4 GB.

Now that you can switch USB connection mode:
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Having the player connected to the computer in MSC mode, the card should be available as an extra removable device when you explore "My Computer".Normally cards are preformatted (in FAT32) and transfers should be going easy with "paste and copy" or "drag and drop" method.
Before disconnecting in MSC mode always go through the icon in the right corner below "safely remove hardware". Click to remove the player's connection before taking out the USB cable.

In MTP mode in Windows Media Player there's a warning message
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