Cant seem to put my music on a dvd to play on my dvd player
How can i do this? iam trying to put the majority of my music on a dvd-rw,my dvd player plays mp3 files,it will play a cd-r,but not a dvd-rw,i can save space by putting my songs on a dvd,ive tried everything.
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You cannot use the iPod touch with Windows Media Player, you can only use the iPod touch with iTunes. You need to download iTunes and when you install iTunes make sure it is set to automatically search your computer for music. iTunes will find all of your Windows Media Player songs, convert them for use on the iPod and then you can synchronize your iPod with the iTunes software.
can the mp3 player play your old music i have the some player here is what might need to be done there are some thangs to make your music player work that been download you can not delete them at all you can only play mp3 and wma but that have to be formated to 64k to play your music the best 32k does not work very good try putting the sd disk and put your music on it and try it then this player is ok but it cant view by folders like my phone and Ipod does. to put music on the mp3 player use windows midea player it works better for me
I would just update the firmware and start over from scratch.
The "Plays for Sure" system only recognizes protected WMA's. The other mode will not allow you to play music period. I've never heard of anyone having that problem with that particular player, but if what you are saying is true, then you will be forced to use only protected WMA files - which means you can never let your Rhapsody or other music service subscription expire. And if there is ever a problem, you will have to delete all and reload.
As an experiemnt load at least one Mp3 format file into the player, and see if it plays fine. If yes, then only use Mp3 files from here on out. They are less problematic.
Instead of deleting the songs you may need to format.
If you haven't tryed this follow these simple steps.
To format your device first click on "Start" then click on "My Computer" now look for your mp3 player, if it hasn't been change the names usually called "Removable Disk", once you've found that right-click on it then click on "Format".
Now you've formatted put songs on then try your mp3 player to see if the problems be fixed.