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What file format are the songs and what model is the MP3 player.
If you're putting music on in a file format it doesn't understand, like .qt, or .wma, or something specialized like that, it may not read it. Try converting them to mp3 format. Just google "Freeware Mp3 Converter"
if its right you just copy the shortcut of the music from your cd to your windows media player, meaning you cannot play that song in the media player if the cd is not inserted, you have to rip first the cd to your pc then put it in your mp3. Also make sure that you rip it in the right format that your mp3 can play, media player automatically rip the music as wma not mp3, make sure your mp3 player can play wma.
While the preferred method to load music onto an MP3 player may differ from model to model, most MP3 players will feature the ability to upload music using a "drag-and-drop" method.
Normally, this can be done by opening the folders that contain your music library and accessing the MP3 player's hard drive by navigating through the "My Computer" option:
My Computer > Removable Devices
Simply click on the files that you want to transfer to your MP3 player, drag them over to the icon that represents the player itself, and drop them into that folder.
Again, please keep in mind that this method will not work with every MP3 player available - some players require special software that must be downloaded or installed onto your computer from a CD that was included in the original factory packaging.
I found down loading music very easy.
The playing of the track was the problem, the track was mp3 and not protected but after 10--12 secs the player stopped playing the track. Have you had this problem?
Hook it to your computer. Go to My Computer and select the external drive device..which is your mp3 player. Then open your music folder on your computer and drag the music to the appropriate folder on your mp3 player. Make sure the extension on the music is .mp3 or it will not play. Once the music is loaded, unhook the mp3 player and you should see your newly loaded songs on the player.