Question about Creative Labs Zen V MP3 Player
Most mp3 players have their own software for converting the mp3 to fit in your player. Some will not accept a higher bit rate so check into your payers software and use that . I ageee you should just be able to ope the folder you have your music stored on and then open mycomputer/mymusic and then copy and paste the songs to the players folder but sometimes that will not play on your player. You could give it a try but it may not play those files. IF your trying to take them from a cd then they must be first converted from wave file to mp3. Then they can be transfered.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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