How can I download music from my computor not using Rhapsody?
There are a number of ways to get MP3's. The easiest way is to use W*ndows Media Player. Open Media Player go to the menu at the top, if you do not see -these menu names, (File, View, Play, Tools, Help). Right click on the top border and chose -> View -> classic menu's -- that will show the these menu's. Now go to -> Tool's -> options, look for the Rip Music tab and look for the format option --->chose MP3. Now, up top, of the Rip Music tab is a save folder option and you can chose which folder you want to save your music in. Then at the bottom is a slider bar that lets you chose how good a MP3 you get after it is ripped. The lower the number the smaller the file and lower quality it will be. A good setting is 96 to 120, inbetween in there will be good file size and good sound quality. Now you have the option to rip when a CD is put in the bay or not, that is a personal preference, so that is up to you. Now click ok and close the Media Player. Now put in a music CD that you want to rip and if you choosed to have it rip whan a cd was inserted it will open and start to rip your music. Then hook up your MP3 player and go to, My Computer icon -> right click it ---->and chose explore go to the -> C:\ drive or folder tree and find the folder you put your ripped music into. Right click your music folder and click copy, now go to your player folder tree choose paste putting your MP3's in the players Music folder. Now if you want to download MP3's from the net. It will depend on which Browser you use. Any MP3's you download from the net comes with a license that has to go with the MP3 that you bought. I just by a CD and rip it No worries for a license. You can Use other software to rip music such as itunes, realplayer among others. But W*ndows comes with Media Player and it is a easy upgrade to ver 10 or 11 if you do not have it, and It is free. Hope this helps.
Jan 02, 2010 |
SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player