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I want to create folders for different types of music. Ho do I do that?

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If you want to create folders on your computer to "drop" your types of music into, then you can choose "My Computer", select the disk drive for your mp3 player, then simply right click & select "New", then "Folder", & name it. Then you can drag & drop the music into that folder, which will load it onto your mp3 player as well. BUT, if it does not recognize them as separate lists on the mp3 player itself, then you have to use the EasyRip Module Dock to manage your playlists, where you can move specific songs into a list & save it. OR, if you use Window Media Player, create your playlists there & save them, & typically that will transfer as a playlist for you under the EasyRip Module Dock as well.
Various ways to do the same thing, depending on what you want. Hope this helps!!!

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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