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I can only transfer 124 songs from my computer to my MP3 player, it tells me i have only used 460mb of the 2GB. All the music i have is mpeg layer 3. what am i doing wrong?

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Sounds like the drive is formatted FAT, limiting the maximum files. If you can, without affecting the MP3 player, attempt to format to FAT32/NTFS/exFAT.

Posted on Dec 21, 2010

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