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You can't use an MP3 player to store data anymore. this was possible when they behaved like USB sticks, but this is not the case anymore. You should just buy a USB stick, their not expensive anymore ;)
pen drives are very fragile HWs and bound to behave funny sometimes...if u have critical data in them u ....it may be lost for ever sometimes..... only a low level format or a windows simple format can revive it back....even i as an expert have faced issues with my 8 GB kingston pen drive many times...so i have moved to using 4.7GB DVD RW disk media (DVD RW disk costs just a few $)....and they r re-usable/erasable/re-writable....and most of the PCs have a DVD drive now a days.....also resistance to any virus being writen on them from another infected system....but a pen drive can get infected with a virus, by just connecting it to the USB port....
Are you loading to play or to record? Commercial DVDs should play. DVDs for recording may not be recognized by your drive. First make sure that the disc is blank. You must insert a blank disc of the proper format: DVD-R or RW, DVD+R or RW. Even with the proper format, some brands may not behave the same way as other brands.
Try removing the battery and make sure the player is getting powered up when connected via USB.
I've found that it sometimes behaves a bit funny if you turn the player of when it's busy playing a song (instead of stopping play first).