Question about Creative Labs MuVo V200 MP3 Player
I assume these are purchased songs (or free downloads) from some service like iTunes? Unfortunately, each of these services tends to encode their own files in a proprietary format (even if they name them .mp3). The only way most players will play them is if they're converted to MP3, which is not easy to do. However, there is software that can do that. One such package is Tunebite: http://tunebite.de/ Otherwise, you can burn them to CD and then rip them from the CD again into MP3s. But that's also a tedious method.
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
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