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phillips hdd6320/05

by bearken / August 23, 2006 3:25 PM PDT

I have spent all of 1 week trying to get music on to my player and when i do it does not stay in the folder i put it in ,instead the player organosers the music into the diffetent genres and not keep it as one folder thus it is not keeping the folder in one place .Eg I compiled a folder called dance and all I ended up with was all the tracks being moved into different genres so i have not got a completed folderhow do i put music on the player without all the extra info.All I want on is a playlist which shows the song ,and an album .NOT genre ect .When i add music to it it goes in all the extra bits etc of album, artist .I just want to know if there is a way where i can just put on the player,a folder for albums and ,a file for a folder i have made up without it going all over the place as i have put an album on and it segreGates into the other folders on the player which i dont want thus the folder i have made up is not in one place

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