Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Every mp3 player is different - we would need to know your manufacturer and model # to be sure. A good place to start is the user manual - if one did not come with your player, you can go to the manufacturer's website to get it. Generally, you need a music service or CD to grab songs from, a transfer program (different for every player), and your mp3 player. That is the best help I can give you without knowing exactly which player you have.
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Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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