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Cannot transfer music from my computer to my thumps

How do you transfer music.i have read the manual, but i must be missing something.

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  • Anonymous May 16, 2009

    cannot transfer music to my thump

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Drag and drop mp3 file into new drive letter created when you plugged in your Thump.

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