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Songs out of Order on Player

I put my songs in a specific order for exercising, but they end up in a different order on the player. How do I put them in the right order?

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Make sure your player is not set on ramdem play

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If your using Windows Media Player, you may have to do the following (I use WMP and directly uploading). Make sure all ID3 tags are set correctly -This is if your doing albums- As long as it shows the track, album and artist the way they should be, you should have little to no problem getting them to play in order.

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1)CAN'T DELETE SONGS FROM MP3,
2)SONGS LIST IS NOT SHOWN IN ORDER FOR ME TO DELETE THEM,
3)NOT ALL SONGS ARE BEING PLAYED
I HAD 150 AND NOW I COULD ONLY LISTEN TO 52

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I own the same MP3 and all you have to do is set your songs in an order you want when you load them and then make sure when you play it make sure your MP3 is not set on ramdem play

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Try renaming the songs or MP3 files alphabetically. Change the first letter of each song. A lot of work but it might help.

Posted on Aug 16, 2007

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