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My Technika MP707 MP3 player accepts a few songs & then starts to put them into files I can't access-I just want to put songs on it & listen to them but it is apparently impossible!!!

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  • Anonymous Dec 07, 2008

    i do what the instuction manual says then when i turn the player on it just has the demo song on it! it is meant to be a christmas present for my dad! i need to do it cos i know he wont be able to do it! please help me someone!

  • V Chen Mar 31, 2009

    Jungsoft JMH-1000 MP3 Player - when connect to PC & open 'F' drive there's no song on 'F' drive (prevoius have 9 song) then i try to copy & paste the MP3 music to 'F' drive totally can't copy into Jungsoft JMH-1000 MP3 Player .pls solve my problem . thanks ....



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I think that the instructions are not as fulsome as they could be. Once you have downloaded to the file called voice you need to right click on the briefcase and go to move to and then move to the drive you are using - in my case drive G. This should be done after instruction 4.4. Also the taskbar icon is hard to see but it is the one with the green arrow pointing south west.

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