Question about Eclipse CLD2 MP3 Player
1.)Hook up the USB device to it, then to the computer
2.)Open up your computer directory and open the drive in which the device is coming from (the newest added drive that apears after you connect the mp3 player).
3.)Select your compatible file type songs (I think it's .wma files), copy and paste them to the root directory of the flash storage drive.
4.)Once the transfer is complete, unplug and try out the mp3 player.
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Posted on May 29, 2011
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