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That player is not capable of recognizing most song formats. You must download tracks that are only in Mp3 format or NONPROTECTED WMA format. Most WMA's are protected nowadays, and therefore won't work with this particular player.
I think you should ask yourself these questions:
1) Are the song formats compatible with your MP3 player?
2) Is it possible that the website(s) you downloaded them from had/have given you faulty songs?
3) Am I smart enough to figure ot without PC Geek's help that I might need to try to download a different song on the same computer, the same songs on a different computer, or a different song on a different computer?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should have your solution.