The problem may be that WiMP cannot locate the “album info” from the online database.
As a CD is “ripped” to mp3, WiMP adds “tags” or metadata to the tracks, identifying them. When you see the list in WiMP, are they all there before transfer to the Fuze?
On the Fuze’s side of the equation, we cannot identify these tracks the same way that WiMP does: the Fuze uses the ID3 tags embedded in the mp3 files to identify and sort the tracks.
The Fuze wants a specific flavor of ID3 tag: ID3v2.3 ISO 8859-1.
Though this sounds like a complicated bunch of information, it’s simple to fix, so that your Fuze will “see” your speech files. Download and install MP3Tag , a free application, and set it to convert or “write” your tags in the above format from the list.
Once the tags are correct, you should be in business!