I am looking to buy a new mp3 but have lost the juke box software cd for my player. i need to download all my songs onto my p.c. to be able to load them onto a new one. Is there anyway i can get these files off of my old player.
Jukebox is no longer supported by Yahoo. You may be able to access the mp3 files using windows media player or creative's media explorer but beware that creative's software is often locked out by WMP version 11.
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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.
every song you buy from iTunes is protected, therefor you will not be allowed to put it onto another device. a good idea if you have a CD burner in your computer is if you make a CD in iTunes (by making a playlist and burning it to a CD)m and put it into another player. if you have windows you can use windows media center to get the songs. if you have something else it is just as well. when the songs go onto the disk most likely they will not have any protective code on them and you can easily use them. also a downfall is that you might lose all the names...yet you can just look back on iTunes. make sure to label the CDs.
You won't need to download or install any programs if you have Windows Media Player on your computer. You can use other programs but WMP is probably the easiest!
Plug in your MP3 player using the USB cord (should be in box)
(If your songs are already in Library skip this step). Click "File" (top left hand corner) then "Add to Library..." Click "OK" WMP will now find all music on your computer and add it to Library.
If the internet is connected WMP will attempt to find song info such as title, artist, album etc. Otherwise right click on song and click "Edit"
Click on "Sync" tab (top of player). A sidebar should appear with "Creative zen.. etc" written on the top.
Drag songs into sidebar.
Click "Start Sync"
The songs will now download onto your MP3 player.
To organise your files into folders etc. go to "My Computer" then "Creative Zen etc" then "Music" and create folders (right click "create folder") copy, paste, and drag your songs in folders as you like.
You can now unplug you MP3 player and turn it on!
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