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Re: How do you get a cd onto it!
Here's what you want to do. Use Windows Media Player to re-Rip the CD's in Mp3 format. Go to Windows Media Player 11 --> Rip --> Rip Options --> Format --> Mp3 (you can get to Rip options by moving the mouse over the Rip tab, and a small black arrow will appear - click on the arrow). Once the songs are in true mp3 format, you can then use the Sync tab in Windows Media Player to transfer the songs.
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MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format. You can download mp3 music files from the Internet to your computer and then copy them to your MP3 player using the USB cable. For your CD collection, you need to convert your CDs to mp3 music files onto your computer or download them from the Internet and then copy them to your MP3 player after you have connected the USB cable to the MP3 player and the computer. You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs - Media Player will create a MP3 music file for each music track. Click on this link for instruction on converting music files to mp3 file format :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r5798418-creating_transferring_mp3_music_files
Hi, can you please elaborate more on it. what cd areyou trying to download, is it the main software for the mp3 player? or is it to just download music.
Is it a cd/mp3 player all in one?
Can you tell me which model number you have?
In your pc, if you open up windows media player, you can put in any audio cd and you can rip them to MP3 format. It will automatically save them to the library and then you can burn which ever songs from the library.
When you insert an audio cd you can automatically rip. Click the rip button at the top and an option box shows, and rip the cd. you can select the bit rate, this is the quality of the rip, the lower the number the poorer the quality but smaller file size, so you can fit more on a cd. Click on format and make sure it's on MP3.
Put a blank cd in and click and drag any songs onto the play list. You could add full audio cd's onto the black cd that have been converted to MP3, so you could fit a fair few albums.
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I had this jumbled up problem as it wasn't splitting up the tracks ie I had 6 track ones lined up together which put the chapters out of sync. The trick is to load each CD individually and immediately 'rename' each ie name of book, genre, CD1, CD2 etc. Then you can drag and drop into the MP3 player and they will be in the correct order. Worked for me anyway.
Open Windows Media Player. Use the mouse to highlight the "Rip" tab. click on the little black arrow underneath the Rip tab. Select Rip Options, and change format to "Mp3". Then insert the CD into the disc drive, and then press the Rip button to begin ripping in mp3 format. You can then transfer the newly ripped mp3 files to your mp3 player using Windows Media Player or whatever software is appropriate for your Coby.
locate music into windows media player 10, connect player to PC, drag and drop.
Download from the supplied cd, Philips device manager, wmp 10 should also be on the disc.
PS it does not like Windows Vista
If you are referring to "...the disc for downloading will not fit into my computer drive...", as to mean that the installer CD is physically small, it should normally work with most of todays CD ROM. If for some reason it will not fit, then you can borrow an external CD ROM with USB attachments.
Alternately, you can download and install in your PC. However, to my knowledge, the driver (whether downloaded or CD) is only required if you are using Windows 98.
If what you mean is that your hard drive is so full that no additional programs/software can be installed, then an additional HD (internal or external) should work out.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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You have a disk to download music.
Is this a floppy disk or is it a cd?
Some computers nowadays dont come with floppy drives due to They are a little out of date.
Most drivers/programs ect.. are now usually on cd or dvd because it is quicker/easier & well.... Quite cheap.
1 stly. If it is a floppy disk read what it says on the front & do a google search for the exact same software
google (blah blah blah software free download)
& download / run
(blah blah blah) being the software name
IF you have a cd & the cd is smaller than the usual size cd
These smaller disks are no different to an ordanary cd except they have less disk space on them & they are cheaper.
Put it in your disk drive (In the centre) Close the drive & double click (if it doesnt auto-run) on your cd drive & click on the program & it should load up all being Well.
You DO NOT have to install software for putting music onto these mp3 players.
If you have a music cd,you Could copy it onto the mp3 just buy popping the cd into the cd drive & copying the track to the mp3 player.
You Also DO NOT have to have software for downloading music onto your mp3 players.
Head over to the I.tunes website (for example) search & find the music you want & download to your mp3.