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I don't seem to be able to load music

I just got Sansa Clip 1.10.18A new. My lap top recognizes it and I appeared to successfully load music onto the Sansaclip/Internal Memory/Music folder but when I disconnect from the computer there is nothing on the Clip except the five free songs that came with it. What am I doing wrong?

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You try to go to the settings and click the usb mode and click the msc mode so you can download music.....

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