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wasn't 100% if you have the movex mp3(just plays music) or the movex mp4(plays music and video~) as the picture on your question is of the mp4 so if you do have the mp4(has a big colour screen and plays video) here is the user guide link for that http://www.centon.com/documents/moVoxMP4_Guide.pdf
don't worry if the guide doesnt help as now I can answer any specific problem you might have, get back to me on fixya if you still need help you can also get to me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey jankey mp3, According to information provided by the manufacturer, this MP3 player functions just like a normal USB flash drive. This means that the device should appear in the "My Computer" menu under either "Storage Devices" or "Removable Hardware." As such, you should be able to use the standard Windows "drag-and-drop" option to load music onto the player. Simply click on the music titles you want to add, drag them over the player, then drop the music files into that folder. If you would like more information, I would suggest referring to the owner's manual documentation for more detailed instructions or the following Centon website: http://www.centon.com/pmp/support Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.