First of all, find yourself a good music download site, limewire.com is excellent. then download all of your favorite songs. go to library click on "explore". when the share folder comes up click on "organize" then "select all". when the little pages turn blue right click one of them and then left click "add to windows media player". the media player will come on playing your first song (normal). click on "sync" then click "sync now playing". you can check progress by going to the media library and clicking on the sansa c140 in the sidebar. hopefully you will be jamming before long. oh! do not unplug your device until it says it's ok on the media player or you click stop sync.;)
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It is very simple. You can divide your MP3, WMA songs into directories and just drag and drop the directories (you can have each album with titles of each song specified too) to the removable drive of the MA566 or most current day MP3 players. but it has to be under the MP3root directory.
Then when you use your MA566 use the menu button (side middle button) then you can find a folder icon and press button then you can select which directory you and and use the same menu button again (you can use the direction buttons jto scroll up and down the directories), use menu to select then once you locate a song you can use menu button to select and a play or delete will pop-up and use the menu button to select.
If you don't use this method, then you can just use the direction button to scroll back and forth, you can see the title ( what ever name you have same as on your pc).
I hope this helps. It applies to almost all the same interface for this series or (ALI M5661R based mp3) players.
The explanation and solution are way too long to post here - read my 2-part Tips and Tricks articles on song formats to get the long explanation. the short explanation is: The songs you are trying to load are in the wrong format
To solve, you must reformat the songs or get the songs from a new music service like Limewire (free but risky).
I dont know your device, but when u have plugged ur Mp3 into ur PC u go on "my computer". Now u will get up your Mp3-device's map along with others... klick on it and u r "inside" ur Mp3.. from here u can usually find all of ur songs, and delete and put in new ones =) (sry for bad explanation =S when reading it now it sounds just dumb, but hope it helps!)
Take off the USB cap on the side, and plug that end into the USB of a computer. The "My Computer" window should open and the screen on the mp3 should turn on. At this time, you can copy/paste songs onto the new drive that appears. (probably drive F: or D: ) When you're done, make sure to unmount the drive. On some Windows computers, there will be a new icon on the taskbar at the bottom of the screen. Right click that and choose "safely remove hardware". Then click "stop", then "OK". When it says you can remove it, make sure the mp3 doesn't have a loading animation. (not the battery animation)
On Unix computers, right click the drive on the desktop and choose "unmount". Make sure you wait for the loading animation on the mp3 to finish. Then you can remove the mp3 from the USB port.
To remove songs, you do the same thing, but instead of copying and pasting, you just select the songs you don't want on it and choose delete. (If you're on a Unix computer, delete the ".trash" folder as well(it's a hidden file) or else the songs will remain.)
There's also a way to transport files back and forth with Windows Media Player, but I haven't tried it yet.
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.