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Transferring mp3 files

HELP!!!! I can only transfer one file at a time sometimes the one file doesnt even transfer. It wont play and Im using MusicMatch JukeBox. when I pull the device under my computer E/: drive it shows the files as only MPY files no other info. It should show the file and it's info meaning the size of the file. Please help me what Im I doing wrong. I tried formatting the memory on it and uninstall and reinstall Im running XP.

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