Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Follow this and you will be a pro! First download limewire at www.limewire.com just the basic don't pay extra for the pro. Log onto limewire and type in type music artist etc on the top left of limewire screen. Click on song you want and click on download below. Once it says it is 100% downloaded another small area will open up and you will have several areas to click on. They will highlight for use when you click on the song at the second lower level. Click on explore. Make sure you Mp3 is attached and on you will see option once you click on explore. Click on save this file and then highlight Mp3 Device and then highlight the song and it will download into your device. NOTE: only use Mp3 files and never use files that say "file corrupted" simply download another choice above. Now go have a great time!!! Good Luck!!!
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
I cannot figure out how to put my song library into my sansa mp 3
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
Download the software from http://mp3support.sandisk.com/sansa/SMC and allow it to install. This software never fully installed for me but it did install a driver that allowed me to see it as a device and click and drag music into it. In fact the above software said that it was already installed but hey I cant complain now. Make sure you drag your music into the "Music" folder. The above software also allowed me to download the latest firmware from http://www.sansa.com/support/sansa_c200/faqs the firmware is on the right side.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rca lyra won't read memory card
WMA files come in two formats DRM & non-DRM. Change your setting in Windows media player (Options - Copy Music) and re-rip the music CD. You can copy both versions but one will play but not the other.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
The majority of mp3 players should come with a cable which connects it to your computer/laptop.
1.Once the MP3 player is plugged into you laptop, you can either use a application like Realplayer, or you can go to My Computer/Removable Disk (depends where you plug it into(Note: The name of the removable disk drive may be called something like the brand or model name of your MP3 player). Once you have opened up the Removable Disk drive, there should be a file for Audio. copy the Music file into that file.
2.With Realplayer go to http://www.realplayer.com.au/ to download it, and then install it and all of that stuff. Once installed, open it up and connect your MP3 player to your computer. Once connected, Realplayer should register that it is there and open it up. If not use step 1.
If you want to use music off of your CDs Download an CD audio to MP3 converter (search for one on google). Then convert your Cds and copy onto your MP3 player.
Hope it help
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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