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All you need is to connect the player to the PC and see if the player is detected . Now the drive will be seen on the PC and the required media files can be downloaded or copied to the player. For some players a media converter is needed like the apple iPod where iTunes must be downloaded and converted , Similarly for Philips the media converter must be used as the player might not read some unknown files and can hang the player.
the music you put on the player is not supported, this unit only supports MP3 or unprotected Windows Media Audio files.
You can check this by right clicking the song > properties > Type of File : (make sure mp3 or unprotected WMA), if its WMA, make sure there is no license tab.
My guess is your using ITUNES.. you would need to convert to MP3.
Only MP3 and unprotected WMA files re supported. If you upload copy protected WMA files or any of the iTunes AAC formated songs, they will not play. All purchases from the iTunes store have to be converted to MP3 before they can be played on this player.
Also, some older MP3 players will not be able to play MP3 audio encoded at high bitrates.
Delete songs and Format (Helps with try to delete BAD TRACKS and folders that will not delete Labeling Unknown Songs: open Windows Media Player and go to library click on artist. The sub folders will be named by the artists and the unknown songs will be in the sub that say's unknown. Click on unknown then right click on the title bar put a check next to artist and album artist. Right click song under artist or album artist or both and type in the name of the artist etc.... This change in your computers Music folders also then sync with your sansa or media player then load songs to it........
Labeling Unkown Songs: open Windows Media Player and go to libary click on artist. The sub folders will be named by the artists and the unknown songs will be in the sub that say's unknown. Click on unknown then right click on the title bar put a check next to artist and album artist. Right click song under artist or album artist or both and type in the name of the artist etc.... This change in your computers Music folders also then syc with your sansa or media player then load songs to it........
i tunes and mp3 players are not compadable. i tunes is strictly for apple products(ipods) 2 download music to mp3 player, you would have to download music from ur pc from limewire or something like that. it will then copy to ur windows media player library and be ready to sync mp3 player.. good luck
It's the id3 tag information that hasn't been filled out, most likely. (id3? Hmmm)
Anyhow, depending on the operating system you use and the program you use for your music, it's easy to change.
If iTunes, just import the song into itunes, and "edit Info" and change all the song information. In Windows I believe you can do it in WMP, or by right-clicking the file.
Alot of the time a song just has the info in the filename, but mp3 players use the id3 tag to identify a song.
You will have to take them off the player, rip your cd with media player, then BEFORE you sync them to the player, rightclick on the song, choose Advance Tag Editor and rename the song, artist, genre, then you can sync them over with title and name locked in the file.