Question about Delstar DS 31024 MP3 Player
OK, we don't know the model of your MP3 player, but usually this is very simple:
You plug in the player in the USB port of your computer. Then you should get the notification that a new device was connected, and when opening an explorer window and go to "my computer", you should be able to see the new device as a new disk drive. Double click to the drive and drag-and-drop MP3 files that are stored on your computer.
I hope you have MP3 files on your computer, If not, first you need to
- get them from internet
check this link on how to download music files from the internet
- convert some of your CDs to MP3. You can use exact audio copy for this purpose, or an other ripper. For example
CD to MP3 ripper 5.20
If you use exact audio copy, check in the FAQ of the site on how to add mp3 suport.
Hope that helps
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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