If you are running XP it's simply a matter of copying the files to the player in the same manner that you copy and other files to a USB flash drive. I like to right click start, select explore, and work from there. you don't even have to worry about subfolders for different types of files you copy to the player. the player will present a list of files with the correct extension for each mode. (i.e. Music Mode will list only files with .mp3 extension, Photo Mode will only list .jpg files, etc.)
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well I don`t know much about mp3 players...but i do know that it is sort of tough to find answers. To load a type of file, Example: music, you click music on the media manager software prgra, and then you click on the button that says add folder. go into your documents to find the music that you want to put on the device. left click on the mouse to drag up the songs you want and click OPEN. make sure your player is in and then hit download. your multi media player will have more media.
For the 10 second play problem the player has been set to intro mode, which only will play the first 10 seconds of each song. While it is playing, press the mode button ( bottom right ) once. This brings up the play sub-menu. It should show " repeat" as the first item. Press mode button again and it should show "intro". Now press either the top or middle buttons on the right side once, this shows all repeat choices again, using the same buttons scroll through them till "normal" is highlighted. Then press the bottom right button again. This shoudl put it back in normal play mode and return to the music screen.