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Re: only 90 songs
90 songs = normal for a 1GB player. The # of songs that the companies list on their leaflets are never right - they are idealized projections based on ultra-compressed format and song length of only 2 minutes. Very unrealistic.
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The MP3 player uses a USB cable to download music files from the computer. Windows 98 does not support USB port even if the computer has a USB port. If the computer has a USB port then you need to install a Windows 98 USB driver so it can connect with the MP3 player to download mp3 music files.
HAD THE SAME PROBLEM. I WENT UNDER WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER AND PULLED UP MY MUSIC LIBRARY, OR IN OTHER WORDS, SONGS I ALREADY HAD DOWNLOADED AND SAVED TO MY COMPUTER. THEN I WAS ABLE TO DRAG TRACKS OVER TO THE RIGHT HAND SIDE AND CLICK ON "SYNC". THEN THEN SONGS UPLOADED TO THE TRIO PLAYER. HOPE THIS HELPS!
Right-click a file and check properties to see if it is hidden. Unclick the "hidden" box and click OK. See if it copies and plays. (You can do this right on the Trio if you can see its files on your computer. It should show up and play right away.) If this works, highlight all the files and do the same to unhide the whole group.