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Moving music from one place to another

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I am electronicly challenged...I don't know if i even spelled that right? anyway all I want to do is put music on this do i do it? and try and talk! thanx

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  • 6 Your computer should recognize this as a new "removable disk" and give it an alphabetical title, such as "E," "F," "G," "H," or so forth. Now drag and drop the title of the music you want to place on your cell phone to the new "removable disk" letter. Your computer will automatically transfer the information from your computer to the memory card.
  • 7 Simply remove the reader, remove your card and replace the card in your cell phone. Your music is ready for you to listen to!
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    I am having trouble downloading music to my Delstar DS 809 Portable Media Player. Please help as I am computer challenged.

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    Your music may be located in a folder your phone doesnt recognize...that happend to me at first.

    First you want to format your memory card through your phone. This will place the required folders on the card.

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