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Music Uploading to Wrong File

When I try to upload my music through Windows Media Player it wont give me the option to upload into the Music File, the only places I can is VIDEOS PICTURES, TMP, RECORD VOICE and FM. I put them into the record file and it only lists them as one simple list with no catagories. I can't seem to delete the music that was previously installed by the manufacturer in the Music catagory, or put anything into it. How do I do I delete the previous music and put new music into the correct file?

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