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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."
RECUVARecuva (pronounced"recover") is a freeware Windows utility to restore files that havebeen accidentally deleted from your computer. This includes files emptied fromthe Recycle bin as well as images and other files that have been deleted byuser error from digital camera memory cards or MP3 players. It will even bringback files that have been deleted from your iPod, or by bugs, crashes andviruses!
Put the memory card into an USB card reader or USB MP3 device and plug it into the USB port in your computer, then run the Recuva program.
Simple to use interface - just click 'Scan' and choose the files you want to recover
Easy to use filter for results based on file name/type
Simple Windows like interface with List and Tree view
Can be run from a USB thumb drive
Restores all types of files, office documents, images, video, music, email, anything.
Restores files from removable media (SmartMedia, Secure Digital, MemoryStick, Digital cameras, Floppy disks, Jazz Disks, Sony Memory Sticks, Compact Flash cards, Smart Media Cards, Secure Digital Cards, etc.)
Restores files from external ZIP drives, Firewire and USB Hard drives
If your want add music/video Connect your MP3 player to Computer via USB cable.
It will automatically running ( if not running go to my computer - Removable Disk - Open
If you have music/video in your computer (check video format) Emerson MP3 player support 3GP video format. If don't have a video converter software go to, http://convert-video-dvd.com/video-converter.html Download Software and Install in your computer. Converter video in 3GP format. When video convert in 3GP format, copy this video and go to removable Disk(mp3 player) and Paste.
It should be working.
most of the mp3 players are recognized without installation cd itself. please answer me the following questions 1. are you using your mp3 player for the first time in your computer or you uninstalled the software and lost the cd .
2. what happens (or shown )in the screen of the player when you connect the device to your pc
look in the back of the player or the booklets for the exact model number. Most current electronic websites will have a support area. Look up your model number and see if it has software downloads. Most modern mp3 players will have online software that you can download if you lost the disk. Some smaller players may be just drag and drop. Also if you are running XP or below, make sure that the OS is recognizing the device, if not, make sure device is connected, go to control panel, click add/remove hardware and have it search for connected devices. If it still can't find it, go to the Creative website's support section and download the drivers for your model and redo add/remove hardware step. Then it should be recognized by your system and you should be able to drag and drop music. Note: if zen has proprietary software, you need to download that from the website, but the add/remove hardware step is not necessary.
Make sure the device is set to MSC mode under Settings on the device (Menu --> Settings --> USB Mode --> MSC )
If you already have music on your PC, follow the instructions provided in the following link to transfer music over to your Sansa Clip.
Transferring Music to Sansa Clip from Windows Media Player
Do let me know if you need further assistance.
Your RCA Opal is a plug and play device
1. Plug USB cord into Headphone Jack (you MUST use the USB that came with the RCA Opal)
2. Plug USB cord into computer
4. In my computer, it'll say "usb device" or "drive f" or whatever
5. Open "media" folder on that drive
6. And put your Mp3s on there.
if you can't do that, than you need to upgrade your computer. Not many MP3 players support ME.