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Re: i cant get songs on my mp3
Plug the mp3 player into your usb port wait for it to be recognised, then make a folder somewhere on your desktop or wherever it is you desire and copy your mp3 or windows music files over (from the music folder in my documents) that you want on your mp3 player. When you have all the songs you want or the maximum allowed for your mp3 player, simply copy the folder and then go into 'My computer' and double click your mp3 player (could just say usb device) and paste the folder into it.
You should then have you music with no problems.
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the songs may not be the proper format for your media player. try downloading media converter. there are many free ones online that you can find and once you convert the files try putting them back onto your media player. hopes this helps!!
I have this same problem, but you simpley cant do it, because none of teh songs are compatiable, but you could burn all of your songs onto a a cd, and then download them or you coulld just re download all of your cds to go gear vibe. The last one is not the MOST convienent but at leaset then you'll have all of your songs.
If you download "MEDIA MONKEY" and install, connect your mp3 when running media monkey, it will ask if you treat as mp3 or drive, choose which ever method, and sync. I recomend set as drive as you can drag and drop as if a disc drive, I tried as mp3 but found it put songs on in a random way.
Then you can't get any songs. I know a good site that I get lots of FREE and LEGAL music without REGISTRATION. Try, www.mp3raid.com - a site that gives you free music without viruses trojan, spyware etc, and www.listentoyoutube.com where you get the mp3 music from a youtube video, whether it be a music video etc. None of these are harmful to your computer, and none of these need downloading they are browser based, and they require no registration or credit card details. You could also upload your own CDs onto your computer and then put them onto your mp3. I hope this helped.
Check and see if the songs you put on the mp3 player are a hidden file Connect to your computer open my computer goto tools on the top of the page folder options click on view Here you will see Hidden files and folder click on do not show hidden files and folders and put a check mark on hide ext....and hide protected Hit apply. Delete any songs you put on the player and start over