Question about Coby MP-C831 MP3 Player
Based on information provided by the manufacturer, it appears that this model MP3 player should feature a drag-and-drop interface. This essentially means that as long as your MP3 player is connected to your computer, it should be visible as an external storage device when you view your "My Computer" menu in Windows. All you should need to do is select the files you wish to copy to your MP3 player and drag them over the player's icon.
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