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I cannot store music on the mp3

I have dragged them to removable disk but they are not appearing on the mp3 but when i go back & double check it comes up that they are already on the device?

Please can you help?

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Use Copy and Paste. Dragging might creating Shortcuts only in your MP3 so when you double clicked shortcut in MP3, original file starts play.

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