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I have a Sylvania SMP1015 MP3 player. I plug it in and transfer files to it using Windows Media Player. It seems to work fine and I get no errors. All files (188) transfer. When I unplug the player from my computer The player only shows 55 files. I plug the player back into the computer and I am able to view the files (all 188) thru both the Windows Media Player and thru Explorer. I have also tried playing the files to insure that the missing files were not corupt or unplayable and all the files are good.

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The other files may not be compatible with your player.Try checking the extension of those 133 files that are not showing up in the player.Will wait for your comments.If they are of different format, then try converting all to the same format.Also sometimes the bit rate matters.Too high bit rate files dont play on mp3 players but do play on the pc.

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