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Generally for all these devices it is necessary to hold down the on/off button for a few seconds. I have one that requires a slow count of ten. Which button? Try them all! If that is a true picture above, I would try the top one on the side first. But sometimes its another control like a slider.
If you have no luck, Google "Jwin MP3 Player", and look for Jwin MP3 Player manual at portablemedia.manualsonline.com. They have a huge number of manuals, you will meed your Model number.
If it's not there, download similar model manuals, and see how they do things. Yours may be similar.
I really don't know how this mp3 player works but I have provided a link to download the correct manual for your mp3 player. and to download music, I want you to download MP3 Rocket. it is a good software to download music, videos, etc.
The jWin mp3 players are completely incompatible with Windows Vista, so your new Dell may not be compatible. Jwin has discontinued their mp3 player line, so it is hard to find support. If your computer happens to be running Windows XP:
1) Find a CD, or sign up for a music service such as Rhapsody's Mp3-Only service - whichever service you pick, make sure that they give you the songs in mp3 format only, or you'll be be posting to this forum everyday.
2) Once you have downloaded the songs, you can transfer them to the jWin using Windows Media Player. If you have CD's, "Rip" them using the Rip tab in Windows Media Player, but be sure to go into the menu of Windows Media Player and change your Rip Options --> Format to "Mp3," or the Jwin won't recognize them.