Re: I would like to know how to load music from a cd to...
My husband says some times the simple solution is the best. Try this, it worked for me.
1) download your music to your computer in mp3 format (when your program asks 'SAVE AS' you pick MP3 forrmat.
2) import the music to the MP3 program from the program you downloaded to
3) import to your player.
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Hopefully you got a solution already, but here goes mine: I also had a Telefunken TMP-444B, 4GB MP3/4 and i found you don't need a cd (my cd also didn't work). Try connecting it to your pc via usb-cable and access it on your PC. Simply copy your Mp3 or mp4 files onto it and see it should work. Mine did. Hope yours will. (Just take care when deleting files, because i don't know if important files are protected on your mp3/4 player). Take care anyway ;-) Cheers
to load music you need to have Windows Media capabilities, I use my CD's and transfer them to my MP3, u can also use the Ipod card and down load music that way. open the Windows Media and make a play list of what you want on your MP3 in the order you want cause that is how it will play Plug in the MP3 click the play list and click Sync tab (the down arrow ) there will be an option to sync " the name you give the playlist" to "HS UB Flashdrive" click this and it should start to down load music to mp3. another option if you don't have the windows media once you have music(cd's) saved to your computer is to plug in MP3 and open the USB file that is your MP3 there should be a folder called music if not make one then just copy and paste the music into this folder.
First you need to convert the songs on the CD into mp3 music files then you copy these mp3 files to your mp3 player.
There are several freeware rip programs on the Internet that rip CD songs into mp3 files.
Do a Google search for these rip programs and install the program on your computer.
You can use Windows Media Player, it can rip music CDs and convert the music files into mp3 music files.
You don't need Creative's software to load music to your MP3 player Use FreeRip to rip your CD's and use Windows explorer to transfer your ripped music (use copy & paste functions) onto the Storage Media/Music folder in your X-Fi.
I have Windows XP SP3 and installed Creative Centrale without problems.
I can RIP music from CD's using the program but I find the program freezes up after ripping a few CD's - I think that the errors are linked with the database program loading the CD data.
well I don`t know much about mp3 players...but i do know that it is sort of tough to find answers. To load a type of file, Example: music, you click music on the media manager software prgra, and then you click on the button that says add folder. go into your documents to find the music that you want to put on the device. left click on the mouse to drag up the songs you want and click OPEN. make sure your player is in and then hit download. your multi media player will have more media.
the software it only to tranfer and converted media into the portable device. to tranfer just click on add media then select the video that will be tranfer automatic. to load music onto the mp3 there are two ways using mediaplayer 10 or media player 11 will just work fine. another way it by selecting start then select my computer then u will see the portable device conected click on the device u will see files just ass photo,videos, music drop a drag the files onto music. hope this solve ur problem enjoy.