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No 500mb of songs is not a problem for Windows Media player. I have in excess of 400GB of music on a network hard drive and it copes without difficulty. If you look at the bottom of Media player you will see a pair of icons to the left of the play button. The one furthest left is the "Shuffle" button.
The easiest way to download music and upload it to your MP3 is to use Windows Media player. You can get a copy of the media player on the internet for free. Download it to your pc and install it. The first time you open the media player it will ask you if you want it to search your pc for music files, you choose yes and it brings in any stored music on your pc into one place. Once the music is in the media player all you have to do is connect your mp3 player with the media player open and drag and drop files to be transfered into it. The media player will first change the file format to a version compatible with your MP3 player. Once that is finished you can see if move music to your mp3 player song by song until finished. If you need help you click click on "help" at anytime it type in a question. Good luck!
Once you plug in the MP3 player, open Windows Media Player and you should see it listed as a device. Right-click the device in the left-hand column of the Windows Media Player and click 'Set Up Sync'. Put a check in the 'Sync this device automatically' checkbox and then add one of your existing playlists that are in the list on the left side to the right side by selecting the list and clicking the 'Add' button, located between the two lists. If you don't have a playlist, you'll need to create one.
Once you have all the songs you want to add to your mp3 player added to your playlist, you can then select the device again, and click the 'Sync' tab at the upper, right-hand corner of your Windows Media Player and then click 'Start Sync' to sync the playlist with your mp3 player.
Any songs you want to add or remove from your device, you simply add or remove them from your playlist and then sync it again.
add the music in the library (the media player's library ...) first and after that I believe will do ...I once had this problem when i tried to sync an apple I-phone in iTunes ...and after I added songs in the library it was available ...but be careful cause it may sync all the music it finds...in the computer if you add all music..My advice if it is not Apple Ipod...to use ITunes...use a ipod manager like this one ..and you can add melodies much easier... http://www.copytrans.net/copytransmanager.php
Just select one of your downloaded songs (while in MP3 rocket) and right click on it, choose explore. This will open to folder to where the music has been downloaded. note the location in the address bar for future reference.. Now you can open Windows Media player, and add songs from the location you just saw..