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I want to put more songs on my RCA Opal M4208

I have about 3000 songs, but when i try to drag & drop or use easyrip or windows media player to add them to my mp3 player all it ever shows is 1999 songs & i need help in putting all my songs on it.

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  • cdstaples Jan 07, 2009

    thanks, i just thought that if it was under the gb reached then it would hold all the songs but thanks again.

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This is straight from the manual:
You have exceeded the maximum number of
items that this player supports. Your player can
only support up to 2000 media files within eight
hierarchy of folder in maximum.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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