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Snapbox x200 MP3/MP4 Player

I can't figure out how to download music off my computer onto the MP3 player. It's acting like it doesn't reconize anything. Have any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2008

    I can't figure out how to download music off my computer onto the my mp3. it says all my music went into it. but went i turn it on and look no music is on there!!!!!!!!!! I really need help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • CharCharM May 11, 2008

    Oops I meant to put that in the same problem folder! Sorry! But yeah, can't get the file to go where I need it to :(

  • Anonymous Aug 08, 2008

    can not copy mp3 or mp4 files . pls help me out

  • doris906 Aug 26, 2008

    I have the exactly same problem, what do l do?

    Please send me a mail doris@surfmail.dk

    Love Doris

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Please find details to connect your MP3/MP4 player to your computer:

In order tp download songs to the mp3 player firstly,you should make sure that which kind of format does your mp3 player supports, like:format MP3, WMA, WAV, ASF, ACT.If you are not so sure about it's format,please refer to the manual of your mp3 player.
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