Question about SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player
I would need more info to help, but try this. Put your cd in your computer, using windows media player rip your music to a folder you can find, be sure to ck your settings in the Media player, for MP3 output, not wma. right Click on the top menu bar, chose > tools > options > Rip music tab. Set the output folder and output file type here. once done copy from that folder to your mp3 player be sure you have the room to store the files. My set has 62 cd's I rip a cd at a time and listen to one book at the time, save the main files on my computer and swap them on off my mp3 player as I listen.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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