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Hi.- Does your phone have a data cable? memory card? - If so, Power the phone - Use the data cable and connect the phone to your PC using one of the USB ports. - On your phone pops a list of options for the connection type. - Select data storage by scrolling to the option. - The PC accesses your phone as a data storage device and lists contained folders. - Select desired folder [A] to store your music [e.g.memory card] and double click to open it. - Minimise it - Open the folder [B] containing your mp3 files on your computer. - Right click on one of the files and select copy - Maximise the folder [A] right click inside and select paste - The file copy's. - Copy,paste all desired files and then close folders. - Right click the usb device icon on the taskbar and select safely remove hardware. - Browse your phone for the new files and try playing them.
that your music is in the MusicMatch Jukebox Plus folder on your hard
drive. Double-click the "My Computer" icon on your desktop, or select
"My Computer" from the Start menu. Open the C:\\ drive. Double-click
"MusicMatch Jukebox." Review the folder to check that all of your MP3
files are inside the folder. If not, search your computer for the files
and drag them to the MusicMatch folder.
on folder sharing to ensure the software can access your music files.
Open "My Network Places" in the "My Computer" folder. Click
"Properties." In the resulting window, click "File and Print Sharing."
Check the box next to, "I want to be able to give others access to my
files." Click "OK" and close all open windows before restarting your PC.
that you have permission to play the specific MP3 files if you are
having playback issues. Occasionally, songs purchased through the
Yahoo! Music online store using MusicMatch Jukebox Plus have faulty
digital rights management (DRM) protection. Burn the file to a CD and
then rip the song from the CD as an MP3, which removes the DRM
protection and allows the software to play it without restrictions.
This is your only recourse, as the MusicMatch store no longer exists.
Previously, you could have contacted MusicMatch's customer service to
have the song reissued.
the MusicMatch Jukebox Plus software. Click the "Start" menu button in
the lower left-hand corner of the screen and select "Settings." Open
your "Control Panel" and double-click the icon named "Add/Remove
Programs." Locate "MUSICMATCH" in the list of available programs and
the MusicMatch Jukebox Plus installation disk into your computer's disk
drive and follow the on-screen instructions to install the software
again. This may resolve problems involving faulty computer files and
corrupt Windows Registry data.
any CDs you are trying to rip or record to using the MusicMatch
software. Disks with unclean surfaces involving dust or fingerprints
are some of the most common reasons for faulty MP3 ripping or poor
audio when recording CDs. Use a specialty disk cleaning cloth or a
cloth intended for cleaning similarly sensitive accessories such as
prescription eyeglasses. Wipe the disk from the middle toward the edge.please rate and comment on this product just by saying how helpful it is.raise the thumb up
Save what you want and Delete songs and Format (Helps with try to delete BAD TRACKS and folders that will not delete(Some ripped CD folders).. Go to my computer scroll to sansa or your MP3 player and open the music folder and open each sub folder and delete Songs manually then delete the folders them selfs then format a couple of times hope this works
Deleteing Playlist: Open my computer double click my music Here you should find the folder my play list double click and delete file .wpl or .m3u these are the playlists....You can also go to search type .wpl enter when located delete remember where file was located...Windows Media Player will find them also and you can delete from there.. (Library)
Connect USB lead, open "My Computer" access the memory card on "Removable disk (G)" - This will list the files in the "Music" folder. Open up my computer again & drag the files from the "Music" folder to the "Sounds" folder. When you then disconnect the USB the files will be in the "Sounds" section of the Media Album on the phone and can be played back. Hope this is of some use.
first off when downloading stuff to sony mp3 i have the same one you have to manual transfer also what kind of computer do you have. that would help me help you.if you have a mac then i cant but pc i can. Here is what i do first open computer icon, then click on on ur device it should open with how much free space is left then click it again a bunch of folders will open up. the drag the file you want to the correct folder. thats how i have to put vids and music on it espcial if you want acc file formate music.also what type of file is it music vid of docement. plz tell me then i can better under stand ur request.
try NOT going through media player as it tries to convert any audio. keep your files as mp3. preferably stored in "My music" file on your computer. then when you connect your psp via USB go to "open folder to view files" then open psp/music file. leave it open and open a "My computer" window my documents/my music, then just click and drag to psp/music file.
player appears as a USB mass storage device in theMy Computer window. You can organize
files and transfer music to your player while connected via USB connection.
and highlight one or more songs to transfer between your player and your
drag and drop actions to transfer music files and folders to your player
your music in folders. Your player will play your music folder by folder so
that you can organize your music by artists and albums. You can drag and drop
entire folders to your player. Your player will play the music files that are
not inside folders first followed by the music files inside folders