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Problems uploading song

I cannot upload anymore songs to my mp3 player. it's not because i don't have enough free space,but because i can't get my samsung media studio to recognize my player when i connect it in the usb hub. Windows sees the player,  i can charge the player (so i guess the cable works)

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Re: problems uploading song

Try using Windows Media Player 10 or 11 to put music on instead of the samsung media studio.

Connect your MP3 player then go into Windows Media Player, if you haven't got the latest Media Player download here - CLICK HERE

Once you've installed it connect your mp3 player then open Windows Media Player up then click on the link called "Sync", now your on there it should show your device in the top right of the screen, now all you need to do is drag and drop music you want on your mp3 play where it says "Drag items here", once you've finished choosing songs to put on just click "Start Sync", that's it.

And for future reference you can format using Windows Media Player as well.

Good luck. Hope my solution was helpful in some way.

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

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