Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Theoretically for ever. It should hold the music until the memory degrades and then will sound like an old record, scratchy, and fuzzy.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can use Windows Media Player to transfer songs to the player without using Rhapsody. You will need to sign up for an online music service that is compatible with the player (in other words - not iTunes), or have songs on CD.
Here are some helpful links on using Windows Media Player:
The instructions in these pages, which are largely links, pertain to Windows Media Player 10 and 11 only.
Windows Media Player is made by Microsoft. The general help page for Windows Media Player is:
Through this link, you can enter a variety of search terms that will help you find what you are looking for (exs.: “add files to my mp3 player”; “delete files from my mp3 player,” etc.)
The code word for “mp3 player” in Windows Media Player is “DEVICE” or “portable device”
The code word for adding files is “SYNC,” “syncing,” or “synchronizing”
The code word for copying files from CD is “RIP,” or “ripping”
The code word for files stored on both My Computer and my Mp3 player (when it is connected to the computer) is “LIBRARY”
To add files (SYNC) to your mp3 player using Windows Media Player 10:
To add files (SYNC) to your mp3 player using Windows Media Player 11:
To delete files from your mp3 player using Windows Media Player 10:
To delete files from your mp3 player using Windows Media Player 11:
1. Connect your mp3 player to the computer
2. Open Windows Media Player
3. Click on the icon of your Mp3 player on the left-hand side of the Library
4. Click on the Songs, Tracks, or other Music Folder
5. Find a song or songs that you want to delete
6. Left-click the song once to highlight it
7. Press the “Delete” button on your computer’s keyboard
To copy (RIP) files from CD to Mp3 player using Windows Media Player 10:
To copy (RIP) files from CD to Mp3 player using Windows Media Player 11:
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
SOURCE: loading music
There is an alternative to loading song onto your friends mp3 players like all players.
Many people find it difficult to sync there mp3 with windows media player, because it can be very annoying.
To get around this, First: Connect the mp3 player to your computer.
Next, got to my computer.
You should see the mp3 player in there as a removable disk,
Right-Click on the removable disk and select "explore"
This will open a window showing all unhidden files/folders in the mp3 player.
Leave the window open,... next find the music you want to add to the mp3 on your computer.
Windows Media Player music can be found in the my music folder.
Once you have discovered the music you want to add to the mp3 player, go to the mp3 player folder (removable disk).... there should be a folder in there labeled music.
From here on it's just a simple drag and drop process.
Select all the music file you want on the mp3 player from the my music folder, and move them inside the music folder found on your mp3.
Hope this help <(^_^)> thanxx
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
There are 4 batteries in the MP3 Player. 3 operate the larger part of the unit. One runs the Music storage device. Changing out that battery should do the trick!
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
go into windows media player while your zen is connected and under tools, options, devices click on your zen and under the properites button there will be sevral options that may be enabled that say something like delete music before sync or something like that poke around in there i know the options there
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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