Re: How do I download music onto my Craig 1gb mp4 player?
Go on limewire or itunes or where ever you go for music and download the songs that u want onto windos media player and select burn as an option on that page ,and an icon should pop up asking you if it is for an mp3 , click yes and it will complete your download
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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
This is because the songs literally cannot fit onto your player. Songs, like all files, take up a certain amount of digital space. Craig MP4 players generally are small in space, usually ranging from 1-4GBs, which will not get you far if you have a lot of songs. The only real solutions for this without buying a new MP3/MP4 player is to be more selective with the songs you put onto it. There is not a way to change the amount of songs something can hold, so you just have to put less onto it. Also, If you put videos onto it, get rid of those first because videos take up way more space than songs.
If you want more space, I would recommend a 8GB or 16GB music player, those are satisfactory for most people with a lot of songs.
Also, for now you could try downgrading the audio quality, which will reduce the file size, effectively making more songs able to fit onto your player, but I would not recommend this because it does create a noticeably worse audio quality.
I used real player to get songs on my missil sd-2415 MP4 player. You need to use the driver disk it came with to get it to work. Once you've used the driver you should be able to just plug your player into the computer via the USB cord, open real player Version 11, compatible with Windows XP, although the driver says win 98, it worked fine with my Windows Xp. Nothing really comes up once thr driver has been downloaded, so don't get confused, just follow the driver install wizard and it should be fine. Then on Real player just click on removable disk or player not sure of the exact wording but it's removable somthing the just drag and drop or click to move music from your playlist onto the player. I had to fiddle around with this player a bit because the instructions are VERY LIMITED! that's putting it mildy but hey it is what it is. This little player is quite neat once you figure out it's little quirks! Good luck!
What you need to do is to just connect the MP3 to your computer via USB port then wait for the computer to recognize the MP3 player then when its already recognize double click Mycomputer icon and you should see there the MP3 , just double click on it and copy and paste the MP3 songs that you like to put on it.........
If you are referring to "...the disc for downloading will not fit into my computer drive...", as to mean that the installer CD is physically small, it should normally work with most of todays CD ROM. If for some reason it will not fit, then you can borrow an external CD ROM with USB attachments.
Alternately, you can download and install in your PC. However, to my knowledge, the driver (whether downloaded or CD) is only required if you are using Windows 98.
If what you mean is that your hard drive is so full that no additional programs/software can be installed, then an additional HD (internal or external) should work out.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
try hookin up to the computer USB Port, and see if there is a charging Icon On The MP4 Player. leave it hooked up to the computer for 2-3 hours, then try it.
if non of this works, the internal batterys dead.
you can get replacements for these if you need 1.
theres a lot of chinese companys, that supply replacement batterys as spares.
Mike @ compurepair.
we purchased a mp4 player and we cannot get it to down load music from our dell vista computer can you help us with a suggestion that we can do so it's not a worthless item to us.
thank you Alan Reed