Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Usually when the player is connected to a PC, it will automatically recognize the unit as a generic external storage device (you should get a "hardware connected" message). If your computer does not automatically open a window that will allow you to have access to the units' internal memory, you can access it through "My Computer" (it should be recognized as a drive - e.g. E:, F:, etc.). After that, putting music on the mp3 player is a matter of copy and pasting the files from the computer's hard drive to the players' memory. Just make sure the music is in the mp3 or wma format before copying it.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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