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Upload the files to the jumpdrive. Remove jumpdrive from computer 1 and insert in computer 2. When computer 2 recognizes the jumpdrive, copy the files to a directory folder where you want to save the music. Unplug the jumpdrive.
Mp3 players and other multimedia play devices, once you format the device, you have to re download the device drivers for it from the manufacturers website, and follow any instructions they might have.
If you have only deleted the music (not) formatted it, you can just put the same music back onto it by finding where the music files are on your computer and sending them to your device. This is a very easy process and nothing is lost as long as you have saved the music files onto your computer.
Most people save their music files onto the music file folders or in the C: drive of their PC. If you have a media player: Windows Media player, they might be on there.
MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format.
You can download mp3 music files from the Internet toyour computer and then copy them to your MP3 player.
For your CD collection, you need to convert your CDs tomp3 music files onto your computer or download them from the Internet and thencopy them to your MP3 player after you have connected the USB cable tothe MP3 player and the computer. You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs - Media Player willcreate a MP3 music file for each music track.
Click on this link for instruction on converting musicfiles to mp3 file format :-
using the computer your music should be in files with extensions like mp3 or wma. they will look like
use my computer to open the c drive and you should see the jumpdrive here also just copy and paste (found under the edit menu) thats it
you can try fomatting it.to do so plug it and open my computer.go to the drive of the mp3 and right click it.in the sub menu click format(to foramt it you have to be administrator)(also be sure backup all of your music,videos,pictures,and anything that you want to save.) when it says disk or drive it means the ipod.go to my computer and look at what letter it is example (D:)
Connect your MP3 Pod to your computer via a USB Cable and once it gets recognized then go to the new drive detected in your computer and right click on it and select the "Format" option and select "Quick Format" and try to format.. If it says that "Format could not be completed" then try changing the filesystem and again formatting, If problem persists then it means that your hard disk in the player is corrupted..
your computer has its own personal i-tunes for your i-pod and all your music is saved to that computer so if you plug your i-pod into someone elses computer it will eighther sync all thier music to your i-pod or it will erase all the music on your i-pod they dont have on thier computer...my sujjestion is to buy a plug in to the wall charger for your i-pod if your barely home to charge it. that way you keep your music yet charge your i-pod to.
You cannot use Itunes for anything except an Ipod device. And any files you get from the Itunes or Rhapsody for example are copy protected and require specific software to copy to an MP3 player.
If your songs are in MP3 format (not downloaded from Itunes or another subscription site) then you can set your Sansa to "MSC" mode which makes it act like a flash drive. Then you can just drag files to the "MUSIC" folder on the sansa.
If this is on an Apple computer things are different - if you are let us know.