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HipTop Slide music only half transfers

I just purchased the new motorola HipTop Slide and can't figure out why i can transfer music to the phone from the computer. I've plugged in the cable and put it in my phone but it doesn't show up on my computer as a removable drive. So i can't put music on it and the bluetooth won't work from a samsung to the motorola. Whats going on? Can anyone explain i got my hiptop slide a year ago, and i want to download music from my computer. when i plug it in, it says hiptop slide. when i send it, it only half sends it. it then says on the e-drive put a disk in. i only end up with half a song! LOL

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you guys r silly go to computer, then you will c removable disc j im pretty sure thats it or if using a memory card removal disc h then transfer it p.s any1 know how to send stuff from bluetooth on it?

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