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SIr I believe you should purchace or download a 100% original copy of songs if it is about, as the songs which are not from original disc have not marked details in its properties this kind of files are to be said blind files. If you want to Organize them perfectly you can however edited detail my clicking on to there properties and than clicking button of detail there you can edited every thing you want. this is what usually done with even pirated copies. Regards
<p>Albums on iTunes, can sometimes appear as duplicates and the
album information is entered incorrectly. This may make it difficult to songs
from the same album, as they could be divided into two or more different disks.
Fortunately, this can be easily solved by editing the information about the artist
on iTunes. <br />
<p>1. Open iTunes. Click "View" and then "as
Cover Flow." This will make it easier to find albums doubled. <br />
<p>2. Select all double albums, recorded in the spotlight as a
separate album covers, clicking and holding down the control key. <br />
<p>3. Right-click on selected albums and choose "Get
Info". Click "Yes" when asked if you edit information for
multiple albums. <br />
<p>4. Enter the name of the artist in the "Artist"
and "Album Artist" fields. Enter the name of the album
"Album" field. Click "OK". <br />
You need to check the information on your computer.
Right click on the songs that are not showing up under artist and look at the info for them. If they don't have an artist listed, they will not show up on your ipod in the artist tab. You can add the artist name and then sync your ipod and it will update your music information for you.
open windows media player and goto libary click on album artist. The sub folders will be named by the artists and the unknown songs will be in the sub that say's unknown. Click on unknown then right click on the title bar put a check next to artist and album artist. Right click song under artist or album artist or both and type in the name of the artist etc.... then syc with your sansa then load songs to it........
Open Windows Media Player 11
Right click on one of the songs that is showing up as unknown artist.
Select "Advanced Tag Editor"
Manually enter the artist information, etc.
To save time, you could also right click the song and select "Find Album" info - it won't find every album, but it will find most of them.
The real bear is that once you have edited the information in Windows Media Player, you have to delete the affected song off of your mp3 player and THEN reload the newly-edited song - or else your changes won't register on the mp3 player itself.
I used ID3-TagIT to change the album name of my songs to the name of the folder on my Sansa c250 that I want to put the songs in. Open your Sansa in My Computer, double click on Internal Memory and open the music folder. Add a new folder and name it whatever you put in for the album name of your songs. Highlight all your songs and drag and drop them into your folder. Don't use media player to sync or they end up all mixed up in different folders.