Trying to download music from computer to mp3 player
I don't have windows explorer... I can download CD's and then download to my mp3 player... but I'm having a problem with trying to download the music from the IMEEM website music videos to my mp3 player.. I hope someone can help.. I was able to save it onto my desktop.. and I thought I could drag it into my music library... but it won't let me.. I guess I'll have to buy the CD and then download it onto my computer and then download into my mp3 player... unless you someone out there has a suggestion
Re: Trying to download music from computer to mp3 player
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WHEN YOU DOWNLOAD YOUR MUSIC WITH LIMEWIRE
CLIC RIGHT CLIC ON YOUR SONG THEN CHOOSE LOCATED IN DISC OR EXPLORE OR LOCATED IN LABRERY SOMETHING LIKE THAT AND YOU WILL GET NOW OPEN IT WITH MEDIA PLAYER
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Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesCdrom.
Double-click the Autorun value, and type 0 for its value. (If it's not there, create it by selecting Edit -> New -> DWORD Value, and typing "Autorun" for its name.)
You may have to log out and then log back in for this change to take effect.
Note: With this solution, Windows will no longer be notified when you insert a new CD. To make sure the correct icon and title for the current CD are displayed in My Computer and Explorer, press F5 to refresh the window.
not for sure here but I am a live sound eng. and in my line of work hissy and tinny say TO MUCH GAIN....tri setting the output of recording program or the computer settings a lil lower and make sure the HIGH END isnt CRANKED all the way up..
You can not play WMV or ASF media on a website with Internet Explorer's Media Bar turned on.
Internet Explorer has its own player for the Media Bar. To get around the c00d11cd error being generated you need to turn the Media Bar off. To disable Internet Explorer's (version 6) Media Bar click the Media button on the main Toolbar, then click "Media Options" in the new pane that opens. Now select "settings", and then un check "Play web media in the bar".
There is no need to restart your machine as this will take effect immediately.
You have a "playlist" on your PC that you are trying to copy to a CD-R. When you hit the copy button it goes straight to the c00d11cd error!
The most likely cause is DRM. Check the songs on your "playlist" to see if any of the content protected. To do this simply "right click" on each song, then select the "license tab". If any of the songs are protected then you can NOT copy them without the appropriate DRM authority. (DRM = Digital Rights Management) You will need to check with the site you purchased from to see the level of DRM used.
You have a "playlist" on your PC that you are trying to copy to another computer. When you try and play on the new computer it goes straight to the c00d11cd error!
The most likely cause is DRM. (DRM = Digital Rights Management)
It is likely you purchased and downloaded from a site Like Walmart.comOnline stores like these set restrictions on what you can do with the .WMA files you download. It is likely that the DRMlicence for your download restricts you copying to another PC. You will need to check with the site you purchased from to see the level of DRM used.
----------------------------------------------- You can not copy songs from a CD in the CD drive to your hard disk. Windows Media Player generates the c00d11cd error.
The most likely cause is that something has gone wrong with the special file responsible for the "encoding". The name of the file is: wmadmoe.dll
The first thing we need to do is re-register this file with Windows XP To do this go to the "Start Menu" and select "Run". Now type in the following: regsvr32 wmadmoe.dll
If this does not work then the file itself may be corrupt. To fix this go to the "Start Menu" again and select "Run". Now type in the following: sfc /scannow
This will now scan your XP machine to see if there are any corrupt system files. If there are any then XP will prompt you for the XP CD so it can get a new copy... This may help you resolve the c00d11cd error.
This will get you up and running again, however due to some underlying problems with your installation you may actually need to re-install Windows Media Player.
Initially, for your need, you would need a CD ripper whose function is to extract the music from a CD and save it as a digital music file into the hard disk of your computer. An example if "Free CD Ripper 3.1" available here.
Pls post back result(s). Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.
You may first want to check to see if your player came with software that can aid in this process. You'll also need to know what formats of media your player accepts. For these purposes, we'll assume your player accepts mp3 format media and connects to your PC via USB.
1. Connect the device to a USB connection on your computer. 2. If you're using Windows, your computer should automatically detect the device, probably showing it as a removable hard disk. 3. Double-click the removable USB device that your computer now sees and here you will have to browse to see where your player will accept the media; likely, right here will work. 4. Now, just copy & paste mp3 files from your pc to your media player/removable USB device. 5. When done, safely remove the player from the computer.
This isn't necessarily a solution, but: Within WMP, I believe under Help, Check for Updates. Won't hurt.
Depending on your media player ... you say generic, but there's surely a brand ... you may find it "mounted," like a CD or hard disk, within your My Computer section. On my dad's Sansa, for example, you can directly copy over music files, but videos have to be converted in a certain way. There's a default structure -- that is, there's a folder for podcasts, a folder for music, a folder for movies, whatever.
Without knowing the specifics of your device, it's tough to give a good answer. Try checking for updates, and if that doesn't do anything, then see if you can get at the drive deliberately and start copying over your files yourself.
if you went to 'audio burning' in nero and chose 'audio cd' then you should really not have any problems because it will play on any cd player. If you still have trouble with this though try burning an audio cd in windows media player instead. Create a playlist, it cannot be longer than 70 mins (i normally max at 68 minutes) then select burn playlist. This should play in your car with no problems.