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Won't show loaded music

I've gone ahead and tediously loaded my gps with mp3s. When connected to the computer, it shows that I have some 2000 songs loaded in my "mp3" folder in my TomTom Device.

However, when disconnected, it shows that I have none. I know they are on there as I only have less than 250 MB of memory left on the device.

Please advise.

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Open mp3 file and totom music file and copy accross one song , close pages and shut down tomtom s/w , disconect from pc and turn on goto album that song should now be listed if it plays you will need to repeat procedure for the rest of songs not 1by1 but all.

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