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Music my computer says that i have transferred the files and that they are on the device, but it does not show that any of the music is available on the MP3 player...they are synced from windows media. i finally got one song to show up but nothing else is working

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  • Anonymous Mar 06, 2008

    I have the same exact problem. I add songs to my sync list in the windows media player and then i hit start sync. The computer says that it is there, yet i dont see the songs on the sandisk after disconnect. The weird thing is when i connect my mp3 to my car stereo, the songs that i cant see play. So technically the songs are there, why cant i see them?

  • kbrehmer Mar 08, 2008

    I've trabsferred the files

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Make sure you have synced the songs properly. Try the windows media player. Sometimes when you add songs it just adds it to computer part but does not sync. If u can add how downloaded the songs to your description.

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