Question about Audio Players & Recorders
IF YOU HAVE A DRIVER THAT YOU GOT WITH THE MP3 PLAYER THEN INSTALL THAT FIRST ON A COMPUTER.IF YOU DIDN'T GET ONE THEN YOU MIGHT NOT NEED IT. YOU MUST HAVE A USB/DATA CABLE FOR SONGS TO BE TRANSFERED. OK NOW CONNECT YOUR MP3 PLAYER TO THE COMPUTER WITH THE CABLE,COMPUTER WILL AUTOMATICALLY DETECT IT. GO TO MY COMPUTER AND CHECK YOUR DEVICE LISTED AND RIGHT CLICK---OPEN CHECK IF YOU HAVE ANY SONGS ALREADY LISTED IN THE DEVICE FOLDER OR IT MIGHT TAKE YOU DIRECTLY TO THE SONGS LIST.THIS IS WHERE YOU NEED TO PUT YOUR SONGS. SIMPLY COPY THE SONGS FROM THE PC AND PASTE IT INTO THE MP3 FOLDER OR YOU CAN OPEN TWO WINDOWS AT A TIME AND USE THE DRAG AND DROP OPTION. I HOPE IT HELPED.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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