I lost my disk and I don't know how to add files to the e-book feature. I drag and drop them in and they appear to look added to the e-book folder, but when I try to access the e-book on the Onyx player, it reads,"no file". Could you please help me, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!!!
All You Need To Do is Copy and paste them on to Microsoft Word XP and when you save as look where it says "save as type" and click plain text.txt. becaus ebook only supports txt. formats...so there ya go!!!
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After Windoze notifies that the device is ready for use, in "My Computer" you should see 2 drive letters. The first is for the internal memory of the device; the second for the MicroSD card. To add MP3s to the internal memory you can use several methods: (1) Right click on the file to be transferred and select "SEND TO a" where "a" is the drive letter from above. (2) Open "My Computer" 2 times; focus one on the source folder, the second on the destination folder then do the drag and drop routine, or (3) use Windoze Explorer to do drag and drop. There is nothing automatic about the transfer process. Note that if you use the right click method, a message may appear that the target folder cannot accept the file. Funny thing it already has before sending the message!
If you use iTunes you should just be able to go to file add file select the file(s) you want once they're added drag and drop them to where it says "Your iPod" or whatever your iPod is called and then it will add your files onto your iPod
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Plug in player, which computer will then recognize. Open WMP10 and then click the SYNC tab. Click RECENTLY ADDED along the left column - your desired book(s) should be among those items to appear. Upper right, in the small, square box for devices, your player should appear as the transfer location. Now,
physically drag the book(s) across to the right, and drop the item(s)
along the right where it says "drag items here" [vertical rectangular
box]. Click START SYNC at the bottom of that very box to send all of those books to the player. When WMP says 100% complete you should have your playable (items)!
of course you have to secure a installer disk even if you lose it.... And also you can download a Software Installation from your MP3 Website.. Theres a lot of MP3 are not using a program on its own to upload and download a mp3 files in your MP3 player. But if you can download your mp3 files without using a program of your mp3 player and then you can play it... Its ok...! Good luck!
The best way would be to use the software that comes with the Lyra but if you dont have/use it then you simply drag and drop the files as you do with the films.
The difference being that you must manually 'Profile Contents' which is in the 'Audio' menu, if you use the drag and drop method whereas the software does this automatically.
Your files will magically appear when you have done this.
make sure that all of your id3 tags are correct and filled in for each music file before dragging and dropping. initially when i added files to my vtouch, the player recognized them automatically and added them to the standard playlists. every time i add files now, i have to manually add each one to the playlists by touching MUSIC > ADD TO AUDIOLIST > ADD TO AUDIOLIST. Then you should be in the AUDIO folder. Double touch AUDIO to view it's contents (which should now be your 'artist' folders, if you organized it that way). Go into an artist folder and double touch each track to add it to the playlists. You should see a "wait..." message and then "success" for each track you add. BUT they are not added yet, my friend. I KNOW! WHAT A PAIN!!! So when you are done adding tracks, you need to touch the back arrow to get back to the MUSIC menu. Then touch UPDATE AUDIO LIB. This may take a few minutes depending on how many tracks you added. When it's done, you should have all the tracks you added in all of the playlists.
Convert you *.cda CD files into MP3 extension files, then put them into as many subdirectories as there are disks to avoid overriding the number of cuts on a disk (typically no higher than 25), then put them in directories marked 1 thru whatever number of disks there are, drag and drop the respective converted mp3s to the directory that corresponds to the CD disk. Then drag and drop the whole works to your playlist directory in your e260, and presto you've got the whole thing. The E260's included software will not do this, but there should be some freeware around that will do it. Perhaps evern media player will do it. I don't know. I'm wary of any MS programs. They're monsters. The who drag and drop procedure is done in Windows Explorer, the file manager of XP and, I think, vista too.
In mine, which is the 8GB model, you just browse to Media>Pictures and can drag and drop files into that folder. I'm assuming the 1GB model is the same, but it might be a little different. Post back to let me know if that helps!