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It might be due to the memory being entirely filled up that there isn't enough room for the song you've tried to install, therefore, it might not install all the way on some of the MP3's where others will not install it at all because their system senses not enough room in there to fit it.
Have you tried to delete some space? Also, do you still own this device since it has been a few months since you've posted your question.
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so when the mp3 is hooked up and windows media player is open there is a long box on the side of the screen and drag the songs you want into the box and when you got all the song in the box press start sinc. and with the itunes problem put a blank CD in the computer and open up itunes there is a small button on the bottom of the screen that says burn and it will put all the songs on the CD then close itunes and rip the song from the CD on to the computer and then just drag the songs like on the first step i told you.
go to www.oldversion.com and download the old bearshare downloading music program and get files that way. For some reason the newer versions of file sharing programs only let you download copyrighted music.