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How do I transfer music from my MP3 player to my library??

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Load it up on your computer, and move the files to the "Library A" folder. I'm assuming you mean the library on your MP3 player, if not, it's easy enough to load it up on your computer (by attaching it to a usb port) and copying the mp3 files onto your computer, in any folder of your choosing.

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