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The player should have came with a usb connection cable as well as a CD with the software on it. The easiest way would be to install the software on your computer and then connect the player to your computer. Once connected, open up the program and it should load all of the songs.
ok first off there are a few ways to do this the most easy way i know is just using My Computer in windows and finding the icon that is your mp3 player or is listed as a usb storage device, open that up and look for a folder called music and if none exist then try just draging and dropping your music into that folder and see if that works. Next if that wont work try opening up windows media player, then connect your mp3 player, then goto the sync button at the top of the screen and see if your mp3 player is listed if it is then go back to the media library button and start draging your music that you want on there to the sync list on the side and after your done click sync. hope this helps
I had the same problem, usually plugging it into the usb port on the pc and verifying the files on the player, then disconnecting the player will solve the problem. Other times i have to reformat the player, if you do that, you will have to put all your music back on. It's a pain, this has happened to me 4 times, I've only had this thing less than 6 months! It was inexpensive, I guess you get what you pay for, but I like having a AAA battery instead of having to remember to plug it in to the pc to recharge every 15 hrs.
You just need to connect this MP3 player to your computer via USB , then wait for the computer to recognize the player and when its already recognize you can just double click MYcomputer computer icon then after that you will find there your MP3 just double click on it then now you can see the content of your MP3 and you can delete and add a new music to it...
you should be able to explore your mp3 player in my computer, and explore each folder but when the windows are open click at the top files, options, view and select show hidden files as the mp3 songs already on the player may be hidden.