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I try to sync my music and all my eclipse says is USB connected. what am I doing wrong/

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Check if your files appear in computer as Removable Disk. Copy/pate or move your music to MUSIC folder of Eclipse

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I called Mach Speed technical support at (580) 272-0035 and they told me that model CLD2PL cannot handle music being in folders. So I removed the folders from the mp3 player and copied over the music again (as single files) and now it works. Hope this helps.

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Thanks for the question ,

To connect this media player you don't require any additional drivers but you can use the inbuilt windows media player if you are using windows XP, VISTA or Windows 7.

However please note that you need windows media player version 7 or more to get this player connected to it.

What you need to do , is open windows media player and then connect this music player to a working USB port via the USB cable which comes along with this music player.

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Then you can safely disconnect the music player via the USB cable and then you will find that the files are being shown in the music player , ready to play for you ...:)

Hope that helps ..:) In case you have any queries, feel free to let me know , your feedback would be appreciated.

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