Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Just got new mp3 player, havnt a clue where to start on setting it up and getting music. thanks
Hi, if this is a generic mp3 player - they are more flexible than the apple ipod and MUCH cheaper! I use 3 different types. Firstly commect it to the computer, If you are using win xp on then you won't need a driver. The computer will tell you in the bottem right hand side of the screen that it has found new hardwear. When it says it's ready to use start my computer (double click) ans there will be an extra icon in there called 'removable disk'. Double click on the disk and you will see that it's just like a hard disk. drag and drop mp3's into the folder and voila! you have music on the mp3 player.There may be more than one new icons in my computer - if so, only one will work, leave the other one alone as it holds system files for the mp3 player. NEVER format the mp3 player of use defrag on it - it ,makes them inoperable. just delete the files held in it when not needed. The mp3 player can also be used as a standard memory stick, just drag and drop the files you want to save / transfer etc onto it's window.if you want to turn your cd's into mp3's goto http://www.audiograbber.com-us.net/download.html and download and run the audiograbber FREEWARE and it neasily converts audio cd's into mp3's on your hard disk ready for use in thye mp3 player. If you get stuck using audiograbber then let me know and I'll talk you through it
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
Download and install Itunes(www.Itunes.com) and then put in a few of your favorite CDs and Itunes will add them to a library then plug in your MP3 player and when it shows up in the list, you can drag the songs you want right onto it, and they will add!
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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