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Cant hear music

Hey guys how are you? my problem is when i hook up the device to my pc, and i tried to link the music to it, it opened a folder with sys on the end of them. so i went around that and pasted the music onto the sansa folder. i succeeded in puttin music on the sansa. the problem. cant hear the music! any suggestions?

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Make sure the songs are in the right format. Also, the SYS folder was the wrong folder to put the songs in. Just use Windows Media Player like the manual suggests - it will make life easier.

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