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Storage Card and MP3 Question

Hello, I purchased a Casio E-125 today and promptly placed a 32mb CF card in the slot. No problems there, it works great. My only question is, is if I have mp3s on the device itself, can I use the device to switch the mp3s over to the storage card or do I need to have a reader to store them on there anyways? Thank you. - Sparticus

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Re: Storage Card and MP3 Question

If you use TC Commander 5.5 on your desktop you will also see your E-125 as "CE Device" in the file manager window under Network Neighborhood & allow all the file management operations from the pc itself. I also recommend TascalExplorer for extremely fast response.

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Re: Storage Card and MP3 Question

Since I don't have an E125, but a heavily hotrodded BE300, I don't know what it comes with. But you should have a File Manager or Explorer built in that will work. The BE300 did not have one, or rather had a very ineffective one, so I had to try out a few. See if you have cut/copy/paste functions within your explorer. That's all you need. Oh and you might want to try to get WMP working on that thing. It allows you to play wma files which take about half the spce of mp3's at the same sound quality.

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Re: Storage Card and MP3 Question

Your mp3 player should be able to find and play the files from where-ever they are, but it won't be able to move them. For that some sort of file manager is needed. If you plan to use it much for mp3's you'll be getting a larger card soon too!

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