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Yes you can easily do this by many ways . Use your PC using the sound recorder to record . Now convert the same file to the format required for the player -MP3.
You can also use any players with recording facility or even your mobile phone- voice recorder- to do the job and transfer.
If you have Windows XP or later, your computer should have gotten the driver automatically. If your computer recognizes the device and you are able to transfer music to it, then the driver is working fine. However, recording music requires additional software. A popular, free recording program is Audacity. You can record music with this program, save it to an mp3 and transfer it to your mp3 player. I hope this is what you are looking for!
I did erase all from the device main menue after having copied them to my computer, that cleared the remaining files and recovered part of the memory. Then I did reformat from the same menu and recovered the entire memory! ;)
I was just playing with this little wheel, switchinig from one folger to another, and suddenly it was playing music again. The problem is solved, but I really don't know how. I suspect that somehow the empty folder was turned on. I don't know if there are empty folders to fill with recording or the folder is created after the music was transfered to the player. I would be gratefull for the answer to this question.
Open My Computer. Double click Sansa player. Open the Internal Memory icon. Open the Record folder. Transfer recordings to your computer using a drag-and-drop method. Use your cd recording software to burn to CD.
kish - Use Windows Media Player
miami - You cannot record DIRECTLY from PC to this player, but you could save a recording on your computer in mp3 or wma format, and then transfer that file to the player