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I think what you do is arrange the stuff the way you want, then high light all the names and click rename - then you put #1 in first song and hit enter. Friend told me that computer will then rename the others in numerical succession and play them back accordingly.
I have the same problem and it irritates me like crazy. A weird thing that seems to work is when you want to switch off your mp3 player, put it on pause and let it switch itself off automatically. When you next switch it on, it will be on that same song and not some random one you listened to ages ago. Seems to work for me.
Do you have any idea how to play music on shuffle by the way?
You need to define additional subdirectories within the Mymusix flash drive. This is posted in the Mymusix website FAQ. I was orginally only able to put 760 MB on the 2GB (actually only about 1.8GB available) drive, but that problem disappeared when I created additonal subdirectories. Oddly enough, all the songs show up on the same list, regardless of whether they are in a subdirectory or not. Also, I still have not been able to get the music library function to work, e.g. I can't select songs by Artist. I can only set the play mode to random or sequential... or scroll through the whole list manually.
Are these MP3s VBR or fixed speed? -- And does this problem also happen with WMA's? I guess I would try different speed (128/160 BPS) type MP3 and also WMA. I would venture the problem is PROBABLY in the mp3 files. (Mostly because Winamp can't seem to play them either.)