Question about SanDisk Sansa m230 MP3 Player
The best way is to use Cd's you already have or buy. Use windows Media Plyer or iTunes. To use Media Player, Start the program and looking at the top of the program, if the classic menu's are not showing - right click out next to the heading, Media Player, -> chose view -> then -> click on Classic Menus. This will show the menus that are easier to access. Now go to -> Tools -> Options And here, click on the Rip Music tab. This is where you set up media player to rip music down to a MP3 and where to put it when done. So on this tab you will see Rip music to this location, Click the pull down and pick a folder you can find easy -(go to my computer, right click My computer and chose -> Explore -> you will see on the left side the folder tree, click on the ( C:\ ) at the top and open up the tree, then right click the( C:\ ) move to the menu at the top and chose -> New -> then Folder - then name your folder " AAA " it will always be at the top of the tree - easy to find), Tell media player to put your MP3's here, then move down on the RIP MUSIC Tab to the FORMAT section and pull down menu and chose MP3 => chose to rip when CD is inserted. click OK and close the Tools Menu, Close the Program. Now Hook up your player, go to My computer right click on the START menu, look at the folder tree and scroll down to the bottom and see if your player is there. Next insert a CD into the drive and when a window pops up asking what to do chose to RIP WITH MEDIA PLAYER. Once Media Player has finished riping the CD, Go to your folder and Copy the MP3's into your player's Music folder - one at the time or as a group. Now you should be able to un-hook your player and enjoy you new music. Now if you want to download MP3's from Wal-mart or iTunes you need to change the mode of your player. See this tip posted here.Solve your MP3 Player Connection Problem. if you do buy and download mp3's from some web site you will have to deal with the song's license. These license can get lost, I have lost many. If you ever have to reinstall or have a problem with your computer they can get lost, where CD's Ripped to mp3's do not.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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