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Transferring MP3 files from PC "C" drive "My Music" folder to SD card

I purchased 4 - 2GB SD SanDisk cards to have my music stored on for my ILO MP3 player. I highlighted the files in "My Music" folder on my PC and copy them (using EDIT), and paste them in the SD SanDisk card folder. Only about 190 songs out of 300-400 copied actually came over to the SD card. The others give me an error message about it not being a correct something - file format, ???? Anyway, the music that does come over to the card does play beautifully, but why don't they all transfer? They are all recorded in MP3 format in "My Music" folder on my "C" drive and just certain one will transfer.

Please help me? Could you send the answer to me at as I may not be able to find this webpage again. God bless you, Karen

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Re: Transferring MP3 files from PC "C" drive "My Music"...

You may want to try downloading only those that didn't download the first time. Sometimes when you try to download a large file (all the songs) it causes the "error message" you talk about. You may want to delete files already downloaded, or save the files downloaded to a different file folder, and try the download again.

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