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This seems to be your memory card, pls put your card in the memory card reader if you have that in your system if you dont have that in your system then buy an external USB memory card reader.Once you put your memory card in the memory card reader it will be scanned by operating system and you will see your memory card in my computers of your system, it will most probablly look like an hard drive, you can then copy paste your songs in that drive and you are done.
Assuming that you have a Microsoft operating system, open one window with the folder where the music is located in hard drive, open ANOTHER window where the pendrive is located, and just drag the song, or group of songs, from one folder to the other one. With this method, it will work as a COPY function, and you wont lose the original files on your hard disk.
Take the SD card out of the phone, if the card is micro sd you may need to put the card in the adapter that usually comes with it. Next, insert it in the computer's memory card reader, then drag and drop you files and music onto the card. If you see a folder labled MUSIC, thats where the music would go, just match up the names.
1st plug in the memory card into the computer. Go to start , then my computer . Locate the drive that has your card . right click on it and format the removable disk. This will clean the mini memory card back to it's new condition.It will also empty it so make sure your files are saved on your computer. Try again to put music on.