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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."
To transfer songs to your Coby MP-610 please follow the instructions below;
1.Connect the Coby player to the computer with the USB 2.0 cable provided as shown.
2.Upon connection your computer will automatically recognize the player as a Removable Disk. 3.To open the player, double on the icon that appears.You can see all files and folders currently stored in the player. 4.Once you have opened the player's folder, simply drag and drop (or Copy Paste) the required files to the player from your computer to the following folders;
how you can upload music to your divice if you have i tunes and want them on your mp3/mp4 this device is not user friendly. 1. plug into your usb conection port
2. click on "my computer" 3. double click on "removable disk (F:). you should make a make a new folder for your music. 4. Open Itunes or what ever you use to listen to mp3's on your PC. 5. Drag song to "new folder" and any other songs you want to have 6. Drag your new folder into "Removable Disk (F:) window. which is your mp3/mp4
Can you hook it up to your computer? If you are running Windows XP or Vista, your Konaki should appear as another drive. Double click on your "My Computer" icon on your desktop. Then double click on the drive that represents your Konaki (usually called Removeable Disk or the name of your MP3 player). There should be folders labeled according to media type like Music, video etc. Double click on the folder called video. This is where you want to save your music video files. You then need to browse to where you have the music video stored on your computer. Right click on the video file and select copy. Then go back to the Konaki folder called video, and right click anywhere on the right and select paste. This will copy the files over to your MP3 player.
If you are loking for the disk to load songs on to your device, you do not really need it. You can songs to your device one of 2 ways.
1. Drag & drop songs to yur device.
2. Use windows media player via the sync tab.
Hope this helps. For the drag & drop method, start/my computer/double click drive letter of device to open, then open folder where your music is stored, select song or songs, hold down left mouse button and drag to device and release.
The latest GoGear's are a step backward rather than a step forward. You must use Windows Explorer to transfer the songs. Double-click My Computer while the GoGear is connected to the computer, double-click the GoGear icon or disk drive corresponding to it, and then find the Music folder. Now, find the location of the stored songs on your computer, and drag them to the Music folder of the GoGear.
Follow these steps to drag-and-drop music files to your Sansa player:
1. Connect your Sansa player to your computer.
2. Open Windows Explorer.
3. Double-click on your Sansa player.
4. Double-click Internal Memory if you are using WMP 11 or double-click
Media if you are using WMP 10.
5. Drag and drop music files from your computer to the Sansa player’s MUSIC
If you're going to own an mp3 player, you may want to learn mumbo jumbo.
Double-click My Computer
Double-click all the removable disk drives until you get a window with folders in it instead of an error message.
Double-click My Computer again.
Double click My Music or wherever in the world you keep the music files on your computer.
Drag the files from the My Music (or other) folder to the folder that says Music.
I shouldn't even dignify this with a response. From the Desktop, double click on My Music. Then (again on the desktop) double click on My Computer. Drag and drop music files from My Music to My Computer > Removable Disk :_