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Computer Do i need Win. 2000 or up to put songs on my mp3? can you put songs fromm a cd on it from player? Thanks, Aaron J.

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- This device also works with Windows 98 SE and Windows ME, apart from Windows 2000 and XP. Make sure all the critical updates are installed on your computer - To put songs from a regular audio CD to the MP3 Player, you would first need to convert the songs from the audio CD in MP3, WMA, Ogg or Audio ASF format. The songs in audio CDs are in CDA format. good luck

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Well before you can put tracks from a cd unto this mp3 player, you need to have certain programs.
You can have a program like windows media player and when you insert the cd into you cd rom, all you have to do is to rip or copy out the songs from the cd to your computer hard disk.
Make sure you do not copy them from my computer as they would be affected files.
After copying, you can now locate the songs under your music files and copy to your walkman.
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With a Sansa Clip+ only work with Rhapsody? I don't want to have to pay for an account and then also pay for the songs as well.

No, Sansa players work with many types of music files and computers.
You may want to post details about your computer-- Mac, Windows, or Linux?
Also, what computer software do you use for music-- MediaMonkey? Windows Media Player?
Assuming you are using Windows XP--
You may already have songs on your Win XP computer, in Windows Media Player. If so, you can synchronize your player with Win Media Player-- This will load all the songs from your computer onto the Sansa, space permitting.

You can also copy files directly to the Sansa player, just as you copy files to a flash drive:

1) Configure the Sansa Player as a removable drive.
With player unplugged, go to Settings > System Settings > USB Mode
Select MSC

2) Plug the Sansa player into your computer.
The computer will recognize it as a flash drive, and will assign a drive letter.

3) Open Windows Explorer.
Find the directory on your computer that contains music files.
Copy and paste music files into the Music directory on your Sansa player.

4) Using the green arrow, bottom left on the system tray, safely shut down the Sansa player.

5) When you unplug it, the player will spend a minute or two updating its files.

6) Your music should be available to play.

If you are running things on a system other than Win XP, please post more details--
Someone may give you a more exact solution.

Best of luck!

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if still recognized by computer(if you can still add and remove songs manually using the win explorer or win media player)formatting and updating the player's software might help...

CAUTION- checkif software exactly matching your player is available from philips homepage before formatting the device.

if all of this does not work you might end up having a portable harddisk(usb-stick-like), which is basically the same situation you are in now..

good luck

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I am having trouble installing the installation cd sandisk that came with my sansa clip mp3 player. I have windows xp and just installed the sp2 pack, but the cd will still not install. Thanks.

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put in cd manually, browse it using the win xplorer, until u find someting like setup.exe
in the main directory of the cd or in the driver directory, double-click7 execute it.
this may tell u if the driver software on cd supports win xp - else get the right driver here:

folow the instructions on the screen,


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get pc with usb 2.0 port, and at least win 2000 professional on it
get mp3 player
get install cd for mp3 player (if you have one)

boot up, plug in player, wait for recognition by win2K or above, then treat as if it was an usb-stick or
external harddisk: erase the files you want or format it all to have it blank, copy new files

if not, run hardware detection via device manager, if windows does detect unknown device,
let it find driver from the hardddisk or win setup-cd/dvd, install, try to find as harddisk

or run install from mp3-related cd, choose the right driver fitting your operation system, install
remove mp3-player, reboot, repug, win should now find it automatically!

now erase the music files(mp3's) on your player and/or copy new ones, unplug,

put in fresh battery and enjoy!

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