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If you are using windows xp open my computer The mp3 player should be there as a removable drive You can drag and drop mp3 files into Or you can use windows media player to sync the songs you want on it
Plug mp3 player in to usb. Does your computer recognize mp3 player? If yes, than go to "start menu" than "my/computer", than you will see drive folder with mp3 player. Leave this window up.
Now find your music folder with songs. Click song file, drag file to mp3 player drive folder and drop it in there. It will be added on your mp3 player.
Another way mabey easier, is to open media player, click sync device, Now media player can read mp3 player. In media player, find your songs in library or the folder that has them. click on "songs" or song file and drag it to the right side of media player and add it to the list of songs that will be added to mp3 player. Once all the songs are in the list on the right side, you can click the button at the bottom and they will be added to mp3 player.
IF YOUR COMPUTER DOESN'T RECOGNIZE YOUR MP3 PLAYER, YOU WILL NEED TO SEARCH AND FIND THE DRIVER FOR IT AND INSTALL IT.
It is very simple. You can divide your MP3, WMA songs into directories and just drag and drop the directories (you can have each album with titles of each song specified too) to the removable drive of the MA566 or most current day MP3 players. but it has to be under the MP3root directory.
Then when you use your MA566 use the menu button (side middle button) then you can find a folder icon and press button then you can select which directory you and and use the same menu button again (you can use the direction buttons jto scroll up and down the directories), use menu to select then once you locate a song you can use menu button to select and a play or delete will pop-up and use the menu button to select.
If you don't use this method, then you can just use the direction button to scroll back and forth, you can see the title ( what ever name you have same as on your pc).
I hope this helps. It applies to almost all the same interface for this series or (ALI M5661R based mp3) players.
The Mix Stick will show up as a removable disk in your 'My Computer' icon or in 'Computer' if you have Vista. You can then open that Removable Disk and drag and drop songs to it or you can use the 'Sync' function in Windows Media Player.
You cant drag and drop from Windows Media Player or Real Player, you have to go to the location on your computer where the audio files are stored *example - 'My Music' folder under 'My Document', copy and paste the songs from that location. Make sure the audio files are MP3 or Unprotected Windows Media Audio files as that is all this unit accepts.
ive had this same problemo. you cant use the media converter to drag and drop songs. you have to download your songs or rip them onto windows media player. you plug in the sansa and then when its recognized there will be an area on the right hand side where you drag the songs and they appear on sansa.
It sounds like these wma files have DRM protection.
You can still play these songs on your mp3 player, but you must use Windows Media Player to transfer them.
To do this, connect your mp3 player to your computer, then open Windows Media Player. In WMP select "Sync" & you should see your mp3 player in the right-hand pane. Drag & drop your wma files across. It's a slow way to do it, but the only way to transfer wma files with DRM.