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  • MarcellusA May 19, 2011

    Do you have a laptop or desktop and what brand is the mp3 player?

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Connect your mp3 player to your computer via usb and open Windows music player. Look for your player to be listed on the left side. Create a playlist of of songs and drag the list to your player or us the sync tab at the top.

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