Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Try connecting it to your computer using the USB cable and then hold down the Windows key (probably at the bottom left of your keyboard, between Ctrl and Alt) and, while still holding that key, hit the "e" key. This should open the window where you can access your files and your mp3 player. Then all you have to do is browse through your files using the menu on the left side of the window and drag them into your mp3 player in the same menu. It should be (E:) or something similar. If that doesn't work or if you need some clarification, let me know. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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