Question about SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player
How do I add songs to My MP3 Player Scan DIsk......I am wanting to use Windows Media Player, can I use this?
I purchased a Sansa M3p 8 gb player in Dec. from Office Depot.
It won't charge...no matter what I plug it into.
Office Depot says no exchange or refund after 14 days even with the original receipt. Real Rip!
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
Yes, you can, although using Window Media Player to transfer/sync is very slow. It is essential to use Windows Media Player if you want to transfer licenced .wma files but it is quicker to just drag & drop the files in Windows.
(.wma files are like mp3s but use a different encoding method)
If you are happy to take the slow route using WMP, (or you need to use WMP to transfer .wma files) then connect your player to the computer by USB, open WMP & click "Sync". Your player should show & you can add files to it in this window.
For quicker file transfer, just locate your connected mp3 player (Start/MyComputer) then copy & paste, or drag & drop files or folders onto it.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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