Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The above is false (if using windows) You do not "NEED" a disk.I have had various mp3 and though they came with a disk, you do not need it unless your player is video compatible. Other wise Windows Media Player has a sync program within it. To access the feature in Windows Media Player to transfer songs (using Vista-8)
Click the tab that says sync on the right side above list pane.
Drag and drop your music the hit start sync above your device icon. Once your sync list is compiled, Select start sync above your units icon.
Or you can use the drag and drop method without opening Windows Media Player. Open computer (my computer) locate your device and open it. open you music folder on your pc and and drag and drop to your device's music folder. Compared to Windows Media Player's sync option, the drag and drop method is more tedious and time consuming for individual songs.
Why people claim you need a disk just to ad music is beyond me. I have a Sansa c240, SansaFuze, Machspeed Eclipse and a GPX All have come with their own software but I don't use it. I just use Windows media player for the music and for video 's I use any video converter from AVS. never had a problem with these. The included software tho for Sansa Fuze is needed since the formatting for videos is non-conventional. The included software with my GPX and Eclipse is no longer made so why is it included? it never converted video's properly in the first place. a/v alway out of sync. I gave Any Video Converter a shot in the dark using their default custon divx/xvid (avi) format and it works beautifully. No quality loss or a/v sync problems.
Posted on Aug 27, 2014
Of course you have to secure a installer disk even if you lose it.... And also you can download a Software Installation from your MP3 Website..
Theres a lot of MP3 are not using a program on its own to upload and download a mp3 files in your MP3 player.
But if you can download your mp3 files without using a program of your mp3 player and then you can play it... Its ok...! Good luck!
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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