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E125 MP3 Player

Hi, I have a Casio E125 and I'm trying to use it as a mp3 player, I bought a 64MB cf card and I can put my mp3's on the card but the media player doesn't play the mp3's that are on the cf card, only the ones on the onboard memory, do you know what I"m doing wrong?? When I open Windows media player, I can see a mp3 if I copied it to the onboard memory, if I put mp3's on the cf card windows media player won't even see them. Thanks Martin

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You need to have your music files in a "My Documents" folder on your CFC. If they are anywhere else, the media player will not see them.

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