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I am trying to sync my player with windows media player so I can modify my playlists. Media player says my player is full, but is not recognizing any files located on the player.

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My windows media player does the same thing, I just don't use it now

Go to "My Computer"
You should see your Coby device on there

Open it up, you will see the categories where your files are (like Music, Videos, etc..)

Now just simply click and drag ;)

PS: Same with playlists, create one and save it, then find the file and click and drag into playlist folder on Coby

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