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I have a 4GB mp3 player I got the music in the library but,sic to my mp3 I cann't transfer music to my mp3 player. I'm useing window xp so please help me to transfer the music or walk me from the start, maybe I done something wrong.

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    very helpful thanks

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Try to check if the player was detected by the pc.

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