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Song tracks added unrecognized in my player

I added song tracks to my player (via Zen V explorer), but when I turn it on, it reads only the default songs. The files don't add/unrecognized. Help!!!

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The problem is that your songs arent named properly. You need to make sure that it has an artist name.

Try to open windows media player, get your music in it and start naming.
or, you can go to 'all songs' in your zen.


Hope it helps

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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