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you can try to hook up your mp3 player to the computer and then goto my computer open the the drive should say like for example F:gpx or what ever name your mp3 player is and then just copy your music you want from your music folder and then just copy and paste to the mp3 folder and that should do it. I do it all the time works great :). As for a mp3 site I'll have to check my sources and get back with you please mail me I'll keep in touch :)
I have a gpx mw3847 and I load songs by opening up My Computer, finding my gpx mw3847 and opening it. Then I go to MY Music where I have my MP3 songs and just drag or copy the ones I want over to my Player. I don't use Windows media player to load songs no any of my players
yes the music can be deleted it's kind of like the syncing process except your deleting ther should be something there to tell that you do want to sync you click on that then go the the songs you want to delete right-click the song and delete
its so pose to say gpx its a gpx player if you but music on the mp3 part you can still get rid of that music by reformatting the player. Do this by right clicking on the folder and choosing format. But make sure you back up any music you have on it so you dont lose it.
I solved the problem on my win98se OS by
using the drivers from GPX from another mp3 player ( MW6347DT ).
Before, it did not find the pci to usb drivers, etc. Now, all the
proper drivers are being found. The MW6347DT driver for win98 can be found here: http://www.gpx.com/download_prod.php?id=...