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How can i change the option radio to my music file?'?'

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I don't quite understand your question, but the user manual has all the answers:
http://www.sandisk.com/sansa/assets/English/products/Clip/Clip_userguide_en.pdf

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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Attach the device to your computer using the USB lead
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My iriver stops then comes on with warped music, then stops again. Now although I know it's charged it will not turn on... Just out of warranty too.


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What movie file format does the Phillips GoVibe support


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Downloaded files from audio Cds as .WMA files. MP3 wont play them, states "Unknown format".


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i wouldnt use sync feature for the shaker read the following:
check the file types from you music the shaker only plays MP3 and PCM WAV  file types. You may have WMA (if u used windows media player) which will not play on the shaker  (i had this same ploblem btw) you can easly find free music file converter software to change these files to mp3 or wav types (which i did), or you could rerip to songs from a cd and tell the windows media player to rip the files as mp3 types instead of the default wma format  from the windows media player widow :
tools >> options >> Rip Music >> under format select mp3 (theres a wav option but i used the mp3 option to be safe) 
do not use the sync feature it will automatically convert your files to to wma (why? i dont know) instead copy the files directly from the folder that contains them :
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My Sansa Shaker wont take the music.


check the file types from you music the shaker only plays MP3 and PCM WAV  file types. You may have WMA (if u used windows media player) which will not play on the shaker  (i had this same ploblem btw) you can easly find free music file converter software to change these files to mp3 or wav types (which i did), or you could rerip to songs from a cd and tell the windows media player to rip the files as mp3 types instead of the default wma format  from the windows media player widow :
tools >> options >> Rip Music >> under format select mp3 (theres a wav option but i used the mp3 option to be safe) 
do not use the sync feature it will automatically convert your files to to wma (why? i dont know) instead copy the files directly from the folder that contains them :
right click the file you need to put on the player select open file location drag and drop to the player (or copy/paste if you want).
hope this helped =P 

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My m240


Before you can create a playlist and transfer (or synchronize) them to your Sansa
player, you need to show Windows Media Player where your songs are located.
Adding Music Files to Library…
To add music files to WMP 11’s library, follow these steps:
1. Click the arrow below the Library tab.
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2. Make sure Music is selected then click Add to Library.
3. In Add to Library dialog box, click one of the following options then click OK.
- My personal folders:
Use this option to monitor the digital media files stored in your personal
Music folder as well as any files stored in the public Music folders that
everyone who uses your computer has access to.
- My folders and those of others that I can access:
Use this option to monitor the digital media files stored in your personal
Music folder, the files stored in the public Music folders, as well as the files
stored in the personal Music that belong to other users on your computer.

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Creative Zen


Most audio software these days offer either built-in or plugin functionality that will attempt to level the volume of your MP3 files so that you aren't turning the volume up to hear soft songs, then getting blasted by louder ones. So why is it that even after turning that option on, you sometimes notice a significant volume difference between some songs? What's worse is when you're listening to songs from the same album, and the volumes jump around abnormally after applying volume normalization.

The problem is that the vast majority of audio player programs use peak amplitude analysis to determine how "loud" a song is and normalize based on that, rather than doing a more comprehensive analysis of the frequencies that impact how loud the music actually sounds. But even those that do a more comprehensive analysis fail to consider songs within the context of the album they belong to.

Luckily, there's a great little utility called MP3 Gain that does lossless volume analysis and adjustment based on David Robinson's Replay Gain algorithm, as well as allowing for the volume of entire albums to be processed. MP3 Gain has been around for a number of years, and it doesn't appear that it is being actively developed anymore, but since MP3 technology hasn't changed much either that doesn't matter for our purposes.

So, how do you fix an entire library of music? Pretty easy, actually. MP3 Gain offers batch processing options that allow you to process an entire folder at once. But if you collect music albums, you'll want to do those separately. The reason is that MP3Gain offers two modes: Radio and Album. Radio analysis and gain adjustment will adjust all songs to the same maximum decibel level. Album mode analyzes all of the songs in an album, essentially considering them to be one entire song, then adjusts them all to a maximum decibel level, but maintains their relative volume.

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Rather Frustrating


Are the song still playing? If not (or even if yes), you just need to re-sync the songs or music. What are you using to sync it? You can use Windows Media Player. It works Great! Here is a link to the handbook for instructions on how to use it with media player - download the manual. Also, NOTE: you may have to change your Windows Media Player options under Tools/Options/Library Tab and ensure that the "retrieve additional information from the internet" is checked as well as the "overwrite all media information" radio button (at least for this time around so that the info will resave and load on your music files). Good Luck!


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Won't let me play my music files


Do you have a subscription with Rhapsody or Napster?

If so, you need to log in for them to update your account, which will solve it.

If not, did you use your own music from CD's? Did you use Windows Media Player to copy the music to the computer? Did you change the default settings in Windows Media Player?

If so, the default settings for WMP are to "copy protect my music", which will give you this error. You will need to change the RIP Music settings in WMP. Tools>Options> un-check the copy protect my music option.

Finally, if you have the "Rhapsody" version, there is pre-loaded music on it that if not deleted, will cause this problem. You can format the device to remove the pre-loaded music, or manually delete it from the System folder.

Please add to the question if that didnt work.


Best of Luck.

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