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Re: loading my mp3s
Go into Windows Media Player and click the arrow underneath the Rip Tab --> Go to Rip Options --> Format --> Mp3. Re-rop the CD's in mp3 format. Delete all songs that are currently on your mp3 player that aren't working right. Reload the newly-ripped mp3 files to your player. Good luck!
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The PMP283C-4 MP3 player plays music in the MP3 format... Many media players/rippers (free to download) will rip your CD to MP3 and you can then load the music MP3s to your player's memory by connecting the player to your computer with the USB data cable. (the player shows up in My Computer as "Removable Disk").
Load music into your iTunes library by either purchasing tracks or CDs online from the iTunes store, which is accessible through the iTunes interface, or insert CDs into your CD-ROM drive and rip them into your iTunes library by clicking "Import Music" within your iTunes interface.
Uncheck any songs that you do not wish to be transferred from your iTunes library to your iPod, for the iTunes library will automatically begin downloading all songs (which are checked by default) to your iPod upon connection.
Connect your iPod to your computer via the USB port that came with the purchase of your iPod. Click on "iPod" located under the "Devices" category to begin the syncing process if your computer does not begin automatically downloading music to your iPod..
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.
If u are ripping all the songs from the CDs into the computer then into the device, i would suggest using a program like itunes or windows media player, because they will organize the songs in folders for you when it is finished ripping.If you plan on purchasing the songs from an online source the best would be itunes or amazon. I hope this helps in any way and dont post your phone number on the internet, its always a bad idea.
Yow! I can't believe it. It's been six weeks and nobody knows how to get tracks to load in numerical order! Is it that the answer is so simple that no one wants to share it or is it so technical that no one knows how?
I'm on my third IMP-1112 - they are clearly temperamental products!
I'm not familiar with your specific problem (mine were to do with it not being recognised by the computer, causing the computer to crash, not charging, etc.), but I have found that re-loading the firmware can often sort out its glitches.
Did you get a disc with the machine? You should have. Just follow the instructions to the letter. This will wipe any files on the player, so you'll need to reload them too.
I use Windows Media Player to load my MP3s onto it, after using WMP to rip them from my CDs. It has worked very smoothly for me - use 'Shuffle' to REPLACE the existing songs, or 'Sych' to just add.
When I plug my player into the USB port, I can open and move around the files just like on any other drive or storage medium.