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On a dp02cf if you clear history does it affect recorded tracks. the 1Gb disc says its full but I have only put one song down.

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    how do i copy song files to FAT on 1GB flash card




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Hi, thanks for your responce. The music store actually gave me a call to see how the unit was working and they answered my question. Clearing history does not affect recording.

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Add Variety

Click "Add Variety" under the currently playing station. Type in the name of another artist, track or composer you like and we'll add music with musical qualities to the station.

You can always remove the variety you have added by editing your stations.


Tips to improve stations

We want all our listeners to get the most from their Pandora experience as they discover and enjoy music they love. In that spirit, here's a few things we've come up with to get your stations playing great songs without relying too heavily on skipping tracks.

1. Make a fresh station: Sometimes the best thing to do is simply start over with a fresh station based on a different starting point, such as a related artist or one of your favorite Thumbed up songs. Note you can always bring a station back (with all your Seeds and Thumbs intact) by re-adding it.

2. Thumb freely: Thumb ratings tell us everything about the kinds of music you want to hear. If you have a reaction to a song, let us know! This will give us a better idea of what to play next. Keep in mind, Thumbing down a track counts as a skip.

3. Review your station: When stations are playing songs wildly out of place, or songs that aren't fitting within that station's sound, you should check your station details and edit any Thumb ratings or Seeds that may be adversely affecting the playlist.

4. Switch it up: Don't be afraid to make changes. If your station is repetitive, first try our Add Variety feature. If you get sick of a track but don't want to completely ban it, you can also put it on the shelf for a while. In some cases, it might actually help to remove Thumbs-up ratings in the station details to mix things up.

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It sounds like you haven't followed the last step to the burning procedure. All you need to do once you've completed burning your disc is to Finalize the disc. Read below why you need to finalize as well as the steps to follow in order to finalize the disc.
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"This CD player can play normal CDs p/us CD Recordable (CD-R)
and CD Rewriteable (CD-RW) discs. However the playability of CD-RIRW discs
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recording. 100% compatibility cannot be guaranteed, this is nof an indication of
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So try to burn the disc with another software or buy different CD-r.
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