Copied songs like the manual said. i turn it on and it says there are no files. but when i plug it in to the computer and open up that drive it lists all the songs we put on it. they just don't show up on the device itself.
I had copied the songs into the voice folder on the drive. We moved them to be new folders along with the voice folder and it works fine. I just hope it lasts longer than some other peoples. I should have read up on this brand before I bought it.
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PSP uses mp3 file format. ***FREE SOFTWARE You need this software http://www.nch.com.au/switch/ Download and install it. Then open it and click "Add Files" choose the song from your cmoputer thay you want to put in your psps. Select the ouput folder(where your converted song should go). Just change it to your desktop. Select the Out Put format to mp3 Press the convert button When it has finished converting the files, Connect your psp to your computer
***YOUR PSP DRIVE LETTER On your computer, Go to Start---->My Computer then look for your psp. The C: and D: drives are usually for your cmoputer Harddrive and your CDROM. So none of them is your psp unless you dont have a CDRom then D: is your PSP. If you have CD ROM on your pc, then G: or E: will be your PSP Drive. Open it.
**COPYING CONVERTED SONG Copy the converted song(.mp3) from your desktop to the folder called MUSIC on your psp . If the folder "MUSIC" does not exist, create it then copy your converted song there.
NOTE** The easiest way to find your psp Drive Letter is to first open "My Computer" then plug the PSP in and you'll notice that a new DRIVE LETTER has appeared. That Drive is your psp.
<p>The iPod Touch has called high-definition video recording, a
web browser, and a 3.5-inch touch screen. The device can also host thousands of
third-party applications downloaded from the iTunes "App Store".
Computers treating iPod Touch as a portable media device such as a USB flash
drive. This means that files can be transferred to and from an iPod Touch in
the same way files are transferred from a portable USB drive. You can download
songs from your iPod touch to a computer, discovering the hidden folders on the
device and copy the audio files to the computer's hard drive.<br />
<p> <br />
<p>1. Connect the USB cable that came with the iPod Touch
station at the bottom of the device. Connect the other end of the cable to an
available USB port on your computer. <br />
<p>2. Click "Start" and then click Control Panel.
Open the "Portable Media Devices" menu. Look for the icon for your
iPod in the list of available units. Double click this icon to open it. <br />
<p>3. Click the "Tools" menu and select
"Options." Choose the option "Show hidden files and
folders" option. Some folders appear in the window. Open the folder called
'\ iPod_Control Music \ ". All the songs on your iPod Touch is in this
folder. The songs are grouped into folders artist. Click and drag the audio
files from folders on your desktop computer. Windows will automatically copy
the files to your computer's hard drive. <br />
usually wen u plug it into the usb cord, u shud be able to open a folder and put musik through that.
My computers. than go to Sansa
or WMP depending on ur version
go to Synchronizing or Copy to CD or DEVICE.
there should be syncing button under the music list depending on the version.
but i stick to open my computer and the Sansa folder.
IF NOT THAN DO THIS..
Go to ur Sansa in the USB option change it to MSC than follow these instructions
To add songs using the MSC mode, follow these steps:
1. Organize your songs into folders and place it into one directory. 2. Open "My Computer" and open the drive for your Sansa. 3. click on Tools choose File Option, there will be a Pop-up screen and choose View Tab 4. Select on Show Hidden files and Folder Option, so you can see all the files 5. Choose MUSIC Folder, double click and Drag and drop all the songs on that folder, and It will go automatically on your player. OR highlight a songs, right click select COPY, go to MUSIC folder right click then PASTE and it will be save on your Player
You can put the song files with the fire wire to conect the mp3 to PC .AND then you can see your files on your mp3 open it and then you open the other files like drive C .THEN COPY paste to your file on your mp3 .
Your MP3 player works just like any memory stick or usb drive. Open 'computer' on the desktop to see a list of drives available. Your hard drive will appear as C: and the MP3 player (assuming it's plugged in) will appear as a different letter like E: or F: and be proceeded by the words "removable drive". Double-click to open the MP3 player and you will see a file folder there. Click-and-drag or copy-and-paste the desired music files directly into this folder as you would move any other files in Windows. Now, when you unplug the MP3 player from you computer you should be able to access those songs and play them
if you have a windows machine, first plug the mp3 player in to one of the empty usb ports on your computer and let windows install it, now use windows media player to songs to it using sync or copy music to device
have you got the songs in a file on your computer if you use something like lime wire to download music and put these into one file then all you need to do is plug your mp3 player in then open the file with the songs in then minimize this so its down the bottom then open my computer then open the drive your mp3 player is listed might be removable drive e or f or it could say mass storage device so then open this then open the file you minimized then you can drag and drop from one file to the other. So thats click on music file hold button down drag mouse over to other file then let go this will then copy the music from one file to the other ok.
To add music
plug mp4 into usp, open ''my computer'' then copy and paste your music into mp4 drive, most likly drive E
to add video
install the mp4 software, then use the conversion tool to convert your video files to amv format then just copy and paste into mp4 drive just as you would with your music files.
To delete files using the MSC mode, please follow these steps:
1. Open "My Computer" and Open the "Removable Disk" that pertains to the player. 2. Open the folder where you copied the songs, if applicable, and locate the songs that you want to delete. 3. Highlight the songs, press the "Delete" key and click "OK".
Using the MSC mode, you may also delete every file that you have put in the Sansa by formatting it. To format your Sansa, please follow these steps:
1. Open "My Computer" and right click on the "Removable Drive" that pertains to your Sansa. 2. On the drop down list that appears, choose "Format". 3. On the "File System" drop down list, select "FAT" if your Sansa is less than 2GB. Otherwise, select FAT32. 4. Click "Start".