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Organization with Vista

When I first got my mp3 player, I was using a computer with Windows XP and it would allow me to organize the music merely by moving the files and folders around with the USB connected. Now, I have a laptop with Vista, and it will not allow me to change around the folder or song order, instead remaining in alphabetical order when viewed on the computer. It is NOT in alphabetical order on the player. I would like to be able to re-order my music without deleting it all. Help?

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Under WinXP Pro the MP020 shows up as 'Panasonic Audio Player' with a folder 'Fixed Storage'. Try to do File>New Folder on the 'FIxed Storage' and no can do.
Build a new folder under you C: drive.
Go back and clip on 'Fixed Storage'. I see a file WMPinfo.xml.
Go back to the folder you just built under C: and click/drag to the right.
The new folder should be under the 'Fixed Storage' folder.
The new folder under 'Fixed Storage' has a bot more functionality associated.
I'm not crazy about having to do it this way but it works.
Now someone tell me how to speed up the transfer process

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save your music in the folder "player" then the mp3 will work

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Have ou found a solution yet? Because mine is doing the same thing. Could you please email me if you have found a solution and tell me what to do.

Thank You.
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