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Microsoft Windows 7 computer with an open USB port and iMesh installed
USB cable compatible with Eclipse MP3 players
Plug a USB cable into the Eclipse MP3 player. Plug the other end of the USB cable into an open port on the Windows 7 computer.
Click the "Start" button on the Windows 7 desktop taskbar and click "Computer" in the menu that appears. Click the "Music" item located in the left pane of the "Computer" window that appears. Double-click on the "iMesh" folder. For Windows 7, XP and Vista. Recommended. Download Now.
Click the "Start" button on the Windows 7 taskbar and click "Computer" and then double-click on the "Removable disk" icon that represents the Eclipse MP3 player device. A window will appear displaying the contents of the Eclipse MP3 player storage area.
Right-click on a music file in the "iMesh" directory that has the "mp3" suffix, and click "Copy" in the menu that appears.
Right-click on empty space in the "Removable disk" window and click "Paste" to copy the music file to the Eclipse MP3 player device. Repeat for each file you wish to download to the Eclipse MP3 player.
To copy multiple music files at one time to the Eclipse MP3 player, press and hold the "Shift" key on the keyboard. Click once on each file you wish to copy. Right-click on one of the highlighted MP3 music files and click "Copy" in the menu that appears. Right-click on empty space in the Eclipse "Removable disk" window and click "Paste."
MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format. You can download mp3 music files from the Internet to your computer and then copy them to your MP3 player using the USB cable. For your CD collection, you need to convert your CDs to mp3 music files onto your computer or download them from the Internet and then copy them to your MP3 player after you have connected the USB cable to the MP3 player and the computer. You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs - Media Player will create a MP3 music file for each music track. Click on this link for instruction on converting music files to mp3 file format :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r5798418-creating_transferring_mp3_music_files
No, Sansa players work with many types of music files and computers. You may want to post details about your computer-- Mac, Windows, or Linux? Also, what computer software do you use for music-- MediaMonkey? Windows Media Player? Assuming you are using Windows XP-- You may already have songs on your Win XP computer, in Windows Media Player. If so, you can synchronize your player with Win Media Player-- This will load all the songs from your computer onto the Sansa, space permitting.
You can also copy files directly to the Sansa player, just as you copy files to a flash drive:
1) Configure the Sansa Player as a removable drive. With player unplugged, go to Settings > System Settings > USB Mode Select MSC
2) Plug the Sansa player into your computer. The computer will recognize it as a flash drive, and will assign a drive letter.
3) Open Windows Explorer. Find the directory on your computer that contains music files. Copy and paste music files into the Music directory on your Sansa player.
4) Using the green arrow, bottom left on the system tray, safely shut down the Sansa player.
5) When you unplug it, the player will spend a minute or two updating its files.
6) Your music should be available to play.
If you are running things on a system other than Win XP, please post more details-- Someone may give you a more exact solution.
You can put the song files with the fire wire to conect the mp3 to PC .AND then you can see your files on your mp3 open it and then you open the other files like drive C .THEN COPY paste to your file on your mp3 .
Just bought the JX-MP102 find it difficult to use but was able to download songs from a windows xp laptop - plug the mp3 player into the usb port and turn on just as you would for playing music its screen should light up and the computer will pop up a screen with several options click to start windows explorer and from there you can got to place holding music files and copy them the disk letter which represents the MP3 player. On my machine my main files are on the C disk and a new D disk pops up for MP3 player. I also have a windows vista machine and it also recognizes the player as a new disk drive just like a flash drive. Unfortunately I can the player to work for a few minutes at best right now even with the music files successfully loaded and playing so I may return it tomorrow. Hope you have better luck. rvwill1930
try connecting in MSC mode of the USB settings - then using windows or mac or linux to delete files. In MSC mode the player should be recognised as a bog standard usb storage device. The files are have the hidden attribute set, so you must enable show all files in Windows or you won't see the Music directory they are in.
You can always reformat it. If you plug the mp3 player into your computer and right click on the icon in the MY COMPUTER window, and click on FORMAT. It should come to a new window and click on start format.