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No songs found

I already uploaded several songs to my mp3 player through computer.When I checked the drive in the computer the songs are already visible, but when I opened the player alone "no songs found"... Please help!

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  • marra1976 Jan 13, 2009

    yes, in fact, when i uploaded the songs, i double checked it in the drive, all of my songs uploaded are visible (stored)... but playing alone thru mp3, on music menu, NO SONGS FOUND....

  • Anonymous Jan 13, 2009

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    mp3 player does not play songs after downlowding to the device

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Is the player Storing the Songs into a File on the Unit? Check your Settings, It could be Sorting them to one Genre and not where they go.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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    Travis Humphries Jan 13, 2009

    Ok, Delete all of the Songs and Power off the Player and remove the Battery for 5 Min. and Start Over with just a Couple of Songs and locate them on the Player before you go any Further. Let me know what you have.

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