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I cant find my saved limewire music on my computer. I no longer have limewire.

How do I find my saved Limewire Music on my computer? I have a Compaq Presario Desktop

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Go to your MY DOCUMENTS folder on your desktop, there should be a folder named Lime wire, there are sub-folders too. double click on the SAVED files folder to see all you have downloaded.

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How do i put limewire music on my mp3 player


first open up the limewire program and find out where it saved the music it could be in c:\program files\limewire\saved or something like that the open up your mp3 player in a window and drag and drop the music into the mp3 player window

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I cant find my music thats on my limewire.


Go to "Start" in the taskbar, select "Search", Select "Files or folders", select the appropriate drive, most likely the C drive, type in *.mp3, hit enter.
try again with *.wma and any other format you may have on your computer.
You can also open a music player and select "library" and have the music player find all the songs on your computer.
This can be used as a reference.
You'll have some idea of the number of songs on your computer and you may even be able to better know where they are on the computer.
Good luck.

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Cant transfer limewire music from my computer to my mp3


Don't download music illegally and you should be fine.

May 31, 2009 | iLO MP3 Player

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Cant transfer limewire music from my computer to my mp3


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I dont know how to load music on my product. I am trying to load from lime wire.


The songs you downloaded from limewire should be in a folder somewhere. When you set up limewire you created a folder where your limewire mp3s would be saved You may have used the default folder. Just find that folder where your files are saved then connect your Mp3 player to your computer. Your computer should recognize it as a drive and Appear in "My Computer". Double click on the Mp3 player icon in My Computer. This will open up the player. Then with the player and the limewire folder open just drag the Mp3s onto your Player. I hope this has been helpful.

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Cant transfer limewire music from my computer to my mp3


go to my computer open the c: drive, then find the file that you had save your music. and open that file....connect the mp3 player (brand, model) to pc once connected open mp3 (copy music files from c::, paste all to mp3)

if your mp3 is an ipod you must download itunes and dowload the music from c: using itunes


have fun enjoy

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It wont download music at all ?


limewire is your best bet when downloading music, and when u transfer it all u have to do is open your MP3 player in my computer to where the files get saved then drag the desired songs from limewire the the file where they are saved

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Cant transfer limewire music from my computer to my mp3


plug your mp3 to pc.............go to my computer ...open the drive (mp3)...now open the folder that has your downloaded music....both windows are open copy & paste (or click & drag) from the folder to the mp3.....note limewire is for downloading p2p.....have fun...if this helped feel free to rate

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Transfer music from limewire to mp3 player


heres what i did:
when u plug in your mp3 player, s screen should pop up click view files. when you download songs in limewire they should save in your documents so you pull your documents up and their should be a limewire file. go to the saved one. then transfer the songs saved to your mp3 player and it should work! worked for me :)

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