I agree with shays5415, but if you cannot find it through my computer, you will have to download a driver from www.sandisk.com. And also Limewire is a free bittorrent software for music, videos, pictures, documents, and programs.
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MP3 players need the music files converted to mp3 file format before copying to your MP3 player.
1st - You need to convert your CDs to MP3 musicfiles. You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs - Media Player willcreate a MP3 music file for each music track. There are also Freeware CD RIP programs on the Internet that add the musictitle and album title to the mp3 file automatically. OR Download MP3 music files from the Internet to your computer, some sites willcost money to download these music files. 2nd - connect your MP3 player to your computer using the supplied USB cable.The computer will see this player as an external storage device, Just copy theMP3 music files from the computer's hard disk to the MP3 player.
I suggest you create a album/title folder for eachCD so you can place the MP3 music files by that artist into that folder. Thencopy these folders to your MP3 player and you will be able to select and playyour MP3 music by selecting the album you wish to play. NOTE - When the USB cable is connected to the computer, it will also charge theMP3 player's battery.
when it is pluged into your computer something should come up with three different things to pick ether windows media player or the type of mp3 you have saying do you wunt to put music on your mp3 with konaki but if you are like me i use windows media player
Yes, formatting your MP3 Player will erase everything on it other then the required system files.
If the MP3 Player is USB Compatible, plug the USB into the MP3 Player usb port, then plug the other end of the USB into your computer (provided your computer has a usb port). Depending on if the MP3 player needs software to put music on it, it should be easy. Allow the MP3 Player 1 minute to fully load onto your computer.
1) My Computer 2) Find your MP3 Player, should be something like F: Drive or MP3 Player (depends on the kind). 3) Double click on the icon of your mp3 player. 4) If there is music or anything in there, create a folder on your desktop or where ever you wish to move the music. 5) Highlight every song or anything, and right click drag it into the folder you have just made. 6) Make sure no songs are on the mp3 player. 7) Unplug it, check for songs, and if successful, you should have all your songs off your MP3 player and onto your computer! Double check, then you can format it or do what ever you wish!
Here is how you tell.. Plug it into your computer and then click on my computer. If you see it listed in there or you see a new drive letter such as "E:, F:, G:, ect...." and it wasn't there before then click on it and if it opens look for a folder labeled music or something similar. you can just copy music from your computer to the music folder and you should have music on your mp3.. If nothing pops up chances are you will have to install.
Do you have Limewire? If you do then click on the start button on your computer, click on music then plug in your mp3, then when you plug it in something will come up and say Auto Play click on that after that click on "OPEN FOLDER TO VIEW FILES" when you click that something will show up click on music then, click on the music you have on the computer which is saved then drag the music you want to put on it and that's it thta's how i do it?I hope i helped you!!!!!
Try a different USB port, preferably in the back of the PC.
If not, try connecting it without the battery.
You can still manage the music manually without the battery.
You can add to this question if you have more problems.
Best of Luck.
p.s. - impressed with the usage of hence :0)
if you already have songs in your computer
connect your mp3 player it will say open folder answer yes, then click on the corner to lower or move your window drag your song from your computer folder to that window usually e or f. to drag the song you need to click and hold down your left mouse button on your song and move it to your e folder then release button.
another way is by click right button on song then choose copy from the list then go to your mp3 folder e and right click then paste.