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You may first want to check to see if your player came with software that can aid in this process. You'll also need to know what formats of media your player accepts. For these purposes, we'll assume your player accepts mp3 format media and connects to your PC via USB.
1. Connect the device to a USB connection on your computer. 2. If you're using Windows, your computer should automatically detect the device, probably showing it as a removable hard disk. 3. Double-click the removable USB device that your computer now sees and here you will have to browse to see where your player will accept the media; likely, right here will work. 4. Now, just copy & paste mp3 files from your pc to your media player/removable USB device. 5. When done, safely remove the player from the computer.