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Ilo player must be synchronized, coping and pasting files is not enough:
Start Windows Media Player and select following menus: "File.", then choose "Add to Library." then the "Add"
button. Then, look for the folder where your keep the mp3s to upload.
Plug the Ilo MP3 player into USB.
Click the "Sync" tab that you find at the top of Windows Media Player . You will find the Ilo MP3 player on the right side of Windows
Media Player. If Ilo is not ther, then right-click on Sync tab and
click "Refresh Devices."
"Songs." on Windows Media Player . Highlight the son songs, and choose "Add to
"Start Sync" button that will appear at the bottom right corner of Windows
Media Player. The songs will then be uploaded to the Ilo MP3 player.
When you plug your ilo mp3 player into your computer with the USB cord, double-click on the My Computer icon. When the window opens, the list of drives should come up. Your ilo mo3 player should come up as Remveable Hard Drive (or Drive G) Click on it. When the window pulls up, your list of songs should come up. Find the song you want to delete and right click on it. Then find the delete button and click on it. When the computer ask you if you want to delet the song, click yes. When you turn on your mp3 player, the song you deleted shouldn't be on your mp3 player.
You might want to try these suggestions:
1. In folders options, click on the box that will show all hidden files.
2. Be sure to copy the MP3 songs unto a Temp folder that you create only for these MP3's
3. Stop all background running programs, like spyware, anti-virus, firewalls etc. Be sure you are not connected to the Internet (DSL).
4. After all of the above has been accomplished, go ahead and do a Copy and Paste of your MP3 from that newly created Temp folder to your iLo MP3 player.
I hope this helps. Restart your computer to get all background running programs running again.
I had the identical problem, even almost to the amount of space left that you noted. Since I had created a folder with all of my songs that I had in my iLO player, I went ahead and formatted my iLO player like you do a Flash drive. I then preceded to Copy & Paste my songs and then some. I used up 815MB as of this writing and it still works fine.