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Music Player It says I have 3 songs left on my Music Player. It won't let me delete them and when I look in My Computer they are not there. It says 0kb when I look at the track information in the Music Player. Also, when I add new songs to the music player they only show up in sounds (not on the Music Player) even when they are saved to the memory card and in the audio file from My Computer>E;>motorola>shared>audio. Please let me know how to delete these files and load new songs into the Music Player!

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Find the folder option. if you don't know how to find it. Double click your folder you can the tools. click it and point to folder option and then click view and chose show hidden files and folders. And try to look the files you want to delete. Be sure that the audio songs you want to copy is compatible to you phone.

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