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I cant put songs on my mp3 player

I lost my directions and dont know hot to put music on

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  • hill539 Jan 01, 2009

    same problem-the amv converter says it can't find media files and the upload doesn't...help

  • bloodnbutter Mar 12, 2009

    i bought my mp3 from a friend who found it i have no booklet to it nore do i have a memory card.. what should i do it has songs on it already but none of my liking. i wanna put my stuff on and take his off. can any one help me fix this?

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I have a GC-920 (I think. It doesn't actually HAVE the model number on it.) that I got for Xmas 2008. After reading the rather sparse manual, I decided to bypass the included mini-disk altogether, and just see if plugging it into a PC would let me access it as a removable drive. It does. So to get music onto it, I can just copy the files over from my hard drive to the Music folder on the internal 2 GB memory of the GC-920. I have the music in folders by group names, and some of those have individual subfolders by album name. It all works just like In Windows XP Explorer on the PC. When one album plays out, the player will move to the next album by that group (or performer) and play it. when it has played all the albumes, it climbs back up the folder tree and gets the next group's music. However, this is where MY problems began. :-(

Things worked fine for about 3 weeks. But then the player started "missing" songs in the files. When I investigated, they all seem to be there on the player, and in the proper order. Some are even named with numbers preceding the tune, as ripped by Nero. But the PLAYER is arbitrarily sorting the songs and ignoring the numbers. I tried deleting the whole folder, and then re-copying the songs back onto the player. But it will put them in random sequence like "17,18, 19, 20, 1,2,3,4,5".

If anyone has a fix for THAT I'd like to know. I can't find anything on the player itself mentioning "play lists" or such. So I am going to try installing the CD and see if that helps.

I hope the info above helps you out.

Zoandar

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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