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I can't add or delete songs from my computer.

My computer recognizes the device, and when you open the file on the computer, there are two folders. One that says 'Audio Player (980MB)', which contains a file called 'WMP Info'. And the other folder is called 'SD/MMC CARD (0 bites)', which contains absolutely nothing.

I didn't have this problem with my laptop at all, but my laptop it broken, unfortunately.

I'm running Windows XP on both my laptop and my desktop.

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  • axel_fangirl Jun 27, 2009

    Nevermind. I fixed it. ^-^

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Try downloading "MEDIA MONKEY" it's a free media player and MP3 wizard. Just load it in and it will detect your player as a "device" and ask you to choose how to treat it( as player or drive)
Choose drive and you just drag and drop as a drive(if you choose mp3, it tends to randomize the playlist)

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