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How to put songs in this gogear mp3 player?

Have no idea about putting songs in my mp3 player ...need help

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Open Windows Media Player. Hit the "Rip" tab at the top and put in the CD(s) you want to record. You can put in as many as you have hard disk space for. Each one takes 3-5 minutes to "Rip". When you are through, you will need to plug in your player via the included usb cable. Let the computer "find" it. Then, you will go back to Media Player and hit the "Sync" tab at the top. When it comes up you will see a list of the all music you recorded. You can drag and drop music from the center column to the right column under where your device is listed. If you drag whole albums, whole albums will be transferred. Once you are done, hit the "sync" button at the bottom right and wait for the fireworks to end. The "syncing" process goes very quickly. Now play music!

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