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Screen shows no files,but computer shows many files in mysdmx1

How so I get the songs to play. It appears that their are several folders of music in the player, yet when I get to that mode is shows 0 files

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  • djjeffbeat Dec 20, 2007

    my mpe 3 is foul of song when i open he write 0 file

  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2008

    Yep i have the same problem, i downloaded over 100 songs and the mp3 player blinked everytime i put a new song on it. But when i go to play the music it says, 001/000, signifing that i have no music on it. HELP!!

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I figured it out!!! I hooked up the mp3 player to my computer, using the USB cord, then went to "MY COMPUTER" opened the drive where the mp3 was connected and just deleted the folder i was holding the music in, and created a new one!! i had to download all my songs over again but it worked! YAAAYYY!! it took me a month to figure it out now im kickin myself for not trying it sooner!!

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