I can't download songs to my mp3 player...I've tried Windows Media Player and Rhapsody...it's like my computer doesn't recognize the fact that the mp3 player is plugged into the usb port...is it my computer or the mp3 player itself?
windows media player will not recognize scandisk sansa e260. In 'my computer' it shows up as an extra removable drive
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Dragonclu your fix is very good if this was a computer unfortunately you did not read the problem correctly this is about a standalone stereo system NOT a computer or a computer program. Your problem maybe that your Creative MP3 player is registering as a portable media player which the stereo system does not support chech if theres an option in your MP3 Player to use USB Mass Storage which the stereo system will read and playback
depending on the program your using to download songs to the disc, when theres no more space it should appear on your screen, for example if your using windows media player and you compile a list os songs to put on a discwhen you start the process it will say not enough room on disc or something to that effect.
Are the files actually .mp3 format? There are a few different compressed formats available now and some mp3 players etc are not compatible with these formats.
Older players (and some current ones) for instance will not play .wma files which are Windows Media Audio files.
The ITunes filters all music so it goes only (like WM and RP does) into their compatible, licensing paying devices. Just save the songs (MP3 or Wav) outside the ITunes folder and upload it directly into the 9008 or any other MP3 compatible.
I'm no expert, but we have both an iPod and a Sansa mp3 player, and I prefer to use Napster with my Sansa player. It's a monthly subscription (about 15 bucks a month), but you can audition the entire song and download as many as you want to your computer or your player. With iTunes and the iPod, you can usually audition just the first 30 seconds of a song and then have to pay 99 cents foreach one you want to download. it. Napster has access to a huge library of music, and you can also just select (without downloading) whatever mix of music you want and use Napster as your personal radio station. The one downside of Napster is that you have to maintain your subscription or you won't be able to play the music you downloaded to your player. Good luck.
player appears as a USB mass storage device in theMy Computer window. You can organize
files and transfer music to your player while connected via USB connection.
and highlight one or more songs to transfer between your player and your
drag and drop actions to transfer music files and folders to your player
your music in folders. Your player will play your music folder by folder so
that you can organize your music by artists and albums. You can drag and drop
entire folders to your player. Your player will play the music files that are
not inside folders first followed by the music files inside folders