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  • Anonymous Aug 17, 2008

    After putting songs on the MP3 - the player made the playlist and then froze.. It is an insignia Model NS-1A10S

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If you have transferred music from OS X then removing the .files might help.

This happened to mine. I believe it is the .files that are in the root of the filesystem that are causing the grief

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Sync all the songs you want onto the raga via 'songbird'.
Stay connected, then go to windows explorer, identify your device. Then in 'Music', make folders for your playlists. Manually transfer (drop and drag) your songs to the required folder/playlist.
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font.f1 {font: 12.0px Times} • First make sure you have downloaded your music into the iTunes Library.
font.f1 {font: 12.0px Times} •Then from the iTunes menu bar, click on File>New Playlist in order to create a new playlist.

You will see a new "untitled playlist" Folder, on the right side bar in the iTunes window. Name that folder as you see fit.

Now take all of your music that you want to add to the new playlist, from the iTunes Library and drag all those songs into the playlist.

* From here, you will need make sure your iPod is connected to your computer and that the device is showing up in iTunes.

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* Finally when you have selected that playlist (and all your desired playlists) that you want to import into your iPod:

* Proceed to sync your iPod

* Once the sync process is completed, you should see the playlist you made with your desired songs from your iTunes Library, now on your iPod Nano.


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  2. Drag items from the Details pane to the List pane to add them to the new playlist.
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I hope that helps
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