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you can try to hook up your mp3 player to the computer and then goto my computer open the the drive should say like for example F:gpx or what ever name your mp3 player is and then just copy your music you want from your music folder and then just copy and paste to the mp3 folder and that should do it. I do it all the time works great :). As for a mp3 site I'll have to check my sources and get back with you please mail me I'll keep in touch :)
On windows XP pull up windows explorer go to my computer and look for your mp3, towards to bottom of the list. click on the + next to the name, then click audio,music and the album name for the song you want, right click on the song, then delete.I just tried it on mine and it worked. I haven't tried windows 2000 yet. Hope this works for you