I can transfer songs from limewire to my iLO just fine through the itunes program.Whenever I try to copy over songs from a cd it says its copied but when i disconnect the iLO fron the computer the songs are not there.
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Double-click on the "iTunes" icon to open the program and then transfer all of your music filesinto iTunes. To add music from CDs, simply load a CD into yourcomputer's drive, wait for iTunes to see the playlist and then click"Import." To add music from another program, go to the "File" menu andselect "Add to Library." You will then be able to click on any musicfiles you would like to transfer.
Plug your iPod into a USB port on your computer and wait for iTunes toautomatically recognize the device. You will be asked to name andregister your iPod, after which you can click "Finish" and begin toload music.
Click on "Library," found in the left hand column to reveal all of themusic you have transfered to iTunes. To load songs onto your iPod,highlight one or more songs and then drag them to your iPod. Your iPodwill be found in the same column where you found the library, under thename you chose earlier. As soon as you drop the files into your iPod,they will quickly copy.
Eject your iPod once you have loaded all of the music you'd like byclicking on the arrow next to your iPod's name. When the namedisappears, you can remove the USB cable and begin enjoying your portable music.
Here is where you can get ITUNES: http://www.apple.com/downloads/
Sorry, iTunes only works with iPods. You will have to manually move music by copying files over to your mp3 player, or find another service that will do that for you. But iTunes isn't going to work for you.
Try this. We had this problem too and ultimately scraped itunes and went to www.limewire.com .
Burn you purchased songs to disk and then download the files to your device or just download limewire where all songs are Mp3 formatted and it is really user friendly. Download, highlight at lower screen at limewire and hit explore - then save file to mP3 device (just be sure to always highlight target song) and it is really easy. Good Luck and Have Fun!!!
If you are concerned about security (and this is wise), then using your CDs would certainly be the safest. Depending on your player, you may have to convert the song files on your CD to MP3 files. To do this, you'll need a CD ripping program to copy the music files from your CD to your computer, and then convert them into MP3 files. There are many programs that do this, including the Windows Media Player you already have if you have a PC. After converting the files, downloading them onto your player will be fast and easy. You should have a cable to hook your player to your PC. Check your player instructions. When connected to your PC, it will as if you have an additional hard drive. You'll simply copy the files from your PC to this drive, unplug and off to the gym you go.