Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Posted by Anonymous on
This can depend on the 'head' of the stereo equipment. Chances are if the head has a usb input then it can run the music files in mp3 format. A quick check on the manufacturer's website will give you more information.
-Assuming it can run mp3, use a file browser to locate the music files on your computer
-Plug in and verify the computer recognizes the usb device "sandisc" (it will pop up with a name like F: drive, unless previously assigned a nickname)
-Copy and paste the files by highlighting them, right click and select copy from the context menu
-Open the usb device and right click, select paste to copy the files over to the usb
-Once the computer is finished, you can right click the usb device and select 'safely remove' or 'eject'
-Plug that puppy into your car and enjoy!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sandisc m230
Make a folder for your music unless you have limewire folder with your music in it. First plug in the Sansa m230 into your usb port. You want to go to my computer on your desktop. You should see a Sansa m230 click that once or twice. Leave that file open you should see media file double click that you get an open browser leave it open and than minimize it. Now find the folder with your music files on it and highlight the song basically Im talking about holding your left side of your mouse down tell you see it highlight the song you want and than drag it into the sansa m230 browser that you minimized, hold the song over the folder and you should see the minimized folder open and than you drop the music file.
Posted on Aug 29, 2007
SOURCE: file error
What's the music format of the songs that you placed on your mp3 player? Some MP3 Players only capable of playing song files with .mp3 extension and are incapable of playing other music format like wav, wma, etc. Check also the contents of the player for corrupted files and foreign files. Some viruses from a computer could affect the performance of your mp3 player.
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
Can you play at least one music from your mp3 player? If yes, the file that you're trying to play when this message appears may be corrupted. Try having another copy of the music that you want to play on your mp3 player. If you can't play any music that you transferred, possible causes could be :
1. Your mp3 player was reformatted to another file system that is unrecognized by the mp3 player.
2. The flash memory of your mp3 player was bad
3. The songs that you're trying to transfer is not known by the player ( file types other than .mp3)
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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