I am not very technologically minded. i have worked out how to 'rip' the music from a CD and it appears to have transferred ok but when i try to play it i get a message 'format not supported'. help please
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Download a Music File converter. Try X to MP3 in google search. this will convert all your songs to MP3's. As for CD ripping, it might not work because usually CD's are copyrighted and music ripped from it wont work on anything BUT the CD and what plays the CD.
There are of number ways to get Mp3's. You can use W**dows Media player - open Media player and right click at any part of the top bar click on tools and then click options, look for the Rip music tap and click that. Now look for rip music to this location chose a folder to put your music in. Then look at the format button and chose mp3. Click the Rip CD when inserted and close it all up. Then put in a cd you want to rip, then once it is thru copy your new mp3's onto your MP3 player - done.
You dont need special software of cards to download music. you can Rip your own CD and compress them to MP3 using only you media player, however if you just want music you can try to download it using torrents and if you like the cd buy it.
go to this website download. and click on the download link if that wont work for you if all your trying to do is rip cd's to a collection then you can also use windows media player to do it, open up windows media player and click on the rip tab then insert your cd and when it comes up with all the names and information of the cd then click on the rip button at the bottem of the screen and in about 10-15 minutes your cd will be in your new windows music library and should be saved under my documents\my music from there you can put your new music on your mp3 player :) enjoy
what program are you using ? you can use windows media player to copy music to your mp3 player too just open up windows media player and then click on the rip tab and insert your cd, after it gets done ripping the cd it should appear in your windows media player library, when all your music is in the library connect your mp3 player and drag the music you want into the sync panel in the right hand side of the screen then once you have the music there click on sync and your music will soon be on your mp3 player
dont even bother with that software use windows media player, open windows media player and insert your cd and click on the rip tab rip the music to the library the sync it to your mp3 player enjoy you can even use it to sync the new music to your player
You have to run your mouse over the Rip tab in Windows Media Player, click on the arrow that appears under the Rip tab, and select Rip Options --> Format --> and change it to Mp3. Then the Rip will work.
Inside Windows Media Player, you have to move the mouse over the Rip tab, click the black arrow that appears, go into Rip Options, Format, and change format to Mp3. Now you can go to Rip tab and rip a CD into Mp3 format - then you will be able to transfer it to your iRiver using the Sync tab.