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How can i load music without software?

Got my daughter the barbie mp3 player. for some reason my computer isn't reading discs anymore. i read somewhere that i can still load music without the software. anyone know how i would do this?

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Have you tried plugging it into your usb slot on your pc? It may load up without installing anything. Give it a moment. If nothing happens, go to "my computer" and see if it is showing up as a drive. If it is, doubleclick on it to open it and then copy across your music to it. It should work that way.

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