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Ok, I have an RCA mp3 player and have a bunch of songs on it, but it still has a lot of room left, and I know I have more songs that I haven't found yet to put on it. But what I need to do is be able to print out a list of what is actually on it, so when I am going threw my cd's I can check to see if I have that song yet. When I am playing the MP3 player on my computer it uses Window's Media Player. I can highlight a song or songs, but when I right click on what I have highligted I can't bring up "copy" I only get Add 2 list, Remove from List , move up or down or open file location. Need copy but it's not an option. Anybody have any clues how I can do this?

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Probably when you connect it to your computer you can use it as a removable memory (i'm not familiar with this brand but if it doesn't force you to use any specific software for connecting it to your pc then you can do it) and if you do so then you can open it in your computer as a memory and for having a complete list of mp3 files you have on it you can use search function of windows.

 

Just use the search option and it is not important if you are in windows 7 or windows xp just type "*.mp3" in the search box and it will list all of your mp3 songs, if you have used windows media player to copy your files they may be converted to wma so you can do another search with "*.wma" and find those files too, but the list you see is not printable if you want to print it and have it with your self when searching your CDs. you can get a screenshot of your screen then print it but it will not be as good as a printed document and of course if you list is long then you have to scroll down and do the same for many times.

 

But there is a small and handy software which i use for doing stuffs like this and it is : http://www.infonautics.ch/directorylistprint/ , it prints out every file in the directory you give to it and the best part is its free version which i think is enough for your work. when you downloaded it the structures are so easy and doesn't need any help just select your mp3 player drive and print the list.

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