It may be reading your player when your music is on your SD card. If you plug your MP3 into the computer it brakes up into 2 drives 1 for the MP3 and 1 for the SD card.on my computer my MP3 is drive G and my SD Card is drive H. Check it out and see if that could be it.
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Google search for free mp3 music files and download them to your computer. Then connect the USB cable that came with your player, connect it to your player and then plug it into the USB port on your computer. The computer will see the player as an external storage device, then copy the mp3 music files to your player. You can convert your CDs for free and copy them to your MP3 player. Please click on this link and follow my instructions :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r5798418-creating_transferring_mp3_music_files
Connect your link or download cable to via your computer and the other end to your mp3 player. You will hear a blip if done correctly. You will then have to chose how to operat it. You may go to the following sites to download music free of charge.
You must be running windows 98. Try to plug it into the usb port and see if it comes up as a drive on your computer. If so you should be able to go to windows media player go to device driver chose the drive you MP3 is on then drag the music you wish to the box and download it to your MP3.