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By attaching a USB cable from the MP3 player to a computer or laptop, then double-click the music program(Windows Media Player, Apple Itunes, Realplayer, etc.). While the Mp3 player is plugged into the computer go to the transfer music tab on the computer and pick the songs you want to download into the player, then double-click them and wait until they are finished uploading, then on the Menu bar somewhere on the computer, find the logo that shows the Mp3 player is connected, click the logo, then click on safely remove device. then unplug the cable, and enjoy.
Ipods can only be sync through itunes and no other programs. Also, an ipod can only be sync to one computer at a time. Songs cannot be uploaded from multiple computers. You can transfer files to one computer then sync ipod to that computer only
the program that is on the disk does not work at all i used win xp and nothing don't worry about the firmware it does not work i think thats why they stopped making them to load music just plug it in and go to my computer and look for drive letters sometimes G: or H: click and if a open space opens up just drag n drop a mp3 into it unplug player and look for the song you put on and play it the other drive letter will ask you to put in a disk there is no software to put on the music just drag n drop......
yes you can your mp3 player can play both wma or mp3 types of format so if you have songs in your windows media player or you have a other sorce that you use to play your music with you can upload your music to your nextar,it should have came with a usb cable plug 1 end into your nextar and the other end into your computer to upload any of your downloaded music including any music that you have stored on your computer off cd's or and music that you got off the internet.
The new songs are in a format not recognized by the player - either DRM-encrypted WMA's or iTunes format. Download songs in mp3 format only, and you will no longer have this probelm - available from Rhapsody's Mp3-Only Service (make sure you choose the right subscription), Limewire, and a handful of others.
I had this same problem. What I ended up doing was going into My Computer into the device itself and seeing what showed up. It appears a few new songs I popped on there the day after were appearing but nothing else. I deleted all the files, unplugged it from the computer and let the library update, old songs were still playing. Plugged it back into the machine and voila they showed up.
my **** sansa acts like it has files on it, but it doesnt. its over filled by 33 megs, i dunno what to do
it wont format, its over filled, or windows media player says, but it has no songs on it
anyone else have this problem? how do i fix it?