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RCA's website has the software/manual that you need if you lost the CD
Use Windows Media Player to transfer music and delete songs
As far as downloading songs, you can sign up for a wide number of music services - each one has a different download method, and the company website will explain how to use it. The problem with this RCA player is that it was tied to Yahoo!'s Musicmatch Jukebox svc, which was cancelled in October 2007, so you will have to find another music service. Some music services will recognize the RCA player directly, and you can use their svc to download the songs directly to your player. Other services you will have to download the songs first, and then transfer them to the RCA using Windows Media Player afterwards.
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I have a notebook so had no disc drive so a friend downloaded some music onto a memory stick which I transferred onto my desk top. I then plugged in the spongebob player and simply opened the folder for the player then dragged the music folder to it and it downloaded the tracks onto it, took about 10 seconds to do a whole album. If you have a disc drive, I assume you can do the same, just drag and drop
Hello there. I'm not an expert but I had the same problem except I didn't delete the Manager, My nephew did. I gave it to him for Xmas. The solution is to use you Windows Media Player. Download the song from whatever website you choose. I use a free one.In Windows Media Player create a new file and name it. After you download your song right click the file and drag it into the newly created file. From there open the folder and drag/ drop the file to the right where it says " Drag and Drop" file here. Once that's done click the Sync tab up above and it will soon be on your MP3 player. REMEMBER to connect your MP3 player to your computer and it will show up above the drag and drop area. Good luck my friend.
since it's not an apple made mp3 player, you shouldn't need itunes to use it. whoever gave it to you probably neglected to give you the software disc you need to download your music, but try taking the music straight from itunes drag and drop style, or whatever other music programs you may be using.
when you open My Computer, open the subfolders under music as well. this will show the Audio book folder. Then copy to it by d&d or by <copy> <paste>. If you are really brave try this.
1 right click Start
2. click explore
3 this opens the <file manager> so be careful here.
4. dbble click,< my documents>
5 dbble click <my music>
6 find the audio book folder.
7 find the book files you want to move.
8 click and drag and drop. or click the book files and go to top menu. there should be a <copy> command.
9 click <copy to>
10 browse for Audio book folder find and click ok
Lastly, check the format of the files. If they are MP3 or other windows audio when you select find and add tomy library they will show up in the music folders. To circumvent this jumble up
1 create new play list, name for Audio what ever you want
2 copy files to this playlist. it will then separate them from the rest of your media files and when you play music unless you select this folder it should not play as long as once you move them to the audio list you remove them from the music list by right click over file title and click <remove from list.>
should take less than 5 minutes
its so easy. first of all download itunes from apple homepage. itunes is the software which connects ur ipod to the computer.install this in your computer and connect your ipod with the help of a usb cable given with ipod. open the software and there you find a name of your ipod. click my music button. there you were asked to drag and drop the songs you liked to sync. after you sending to my music, you go to ipod butto. there keep your option on my music and click "sync" button. after completing syncing, you can eject your ipod. switch on your ipod and enjoy your cool songs. if you have any doubts you can mail me to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By plugging this device into your usb port, windows should automatically recognize it as a media storage device and download a generic driver for it. Allow Windows to do this and it should say in lower left corner of screen "the device is ready for use" If you have updated to Microsoft Media Player 10, by having the device connected you should have an option of synchronizing the device with the media player. By synching with it you will be able to see what music is on it, delete music, and also add music by dragging and dropping within the synch window. If you don't want to use Media Player, you can also go to My Computer and double click on the letter of the drive that corresponds with the media storage device that the computer assigned to the player. By doing this it should give you the contents of the music on the player. By highlighting the files located on the player you should be able to delete them and by copying and pasting from your "My Music" file add your own music to the player.
You should be able to just drag and drop the folder into either the media player, or directly into the opal. To drop files into the opal, just click the my computer icon on your desktop, then after the window opens you should see the opal icon listed with the other drives you have. Then open up your folder with the music, highlight the ones you wish to move onto the opal, and drag and drop the file over the opal icon. If you did it correctly, windows will show you that it is copying the files to the opal. Good luck and enjoy!
The Limewire music is located in your My Computer> C:>Documents & Settings Folder>Administrators Documents (your name)>Shared Folder.
You can manually drag these files from this folder onto your device, located under My Computer>Device Name (there may or may not be a music folder, you should put it in there if there is).
Once you drag & drop the files, you should safely disconnect your device, then you are done.
Best of Luck.
You can manually drag and drop the music onto the device thru My Computer.
Just open up the folder containing your music, probably My Music. Open a second window My Computer>Device Name. Inside you will see a music folder, just drag the music from your My Music folder into the Music folder and viola, youre done.
Best of Luck.