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Mp3 my mp3 player says i have no data but as i can see there is cleary data on it. what should i do? i think i have to name a folder or something so please help me.

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    robert smith May 11, 2010

    you shouldent need to make a folder are you loading it with the right format ?

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You don't have to rename anything.
The player doesn't accept removing of music, or formatting, when it is not done from SonicStage, the software that sony offers with it.
The software can be downloaded here. When you've installed the software, format the player from the menu. Then transfer your music with this program.

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