Set your unit MA566 as MTP transfer mode - then use the explorer to navigate to the drive (Use it llike a thumb drive). You drag and drop new songs to this unit as well using this method. And ti is even better. Don't trust WMP it always mess things up.
And you can do it without the WMP but you can use any thing to play it.
In fact, the MA566 does very good vbr (variable bit rate). Use standard lame with razorlame interface to batch convert wav to mp3, then go to bed...
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first off find where your music is stored and open up that window then open up a window with you mp3 player in it and drag and drop the music into the window with your mp3 player, or you can use windows media player to do the same thing, open up windows media player and connect your mp3 player then once it recognizez it open up the music library and start dragging the songs you want from the list over to the sync list and after your done click on the sync button and wait after its done you should have hours of music to enjoy
There are several possibilities:
1) The songs you are trying to load to the Mp3 player are not compatible with the Nextar - a good test for this would be to connect your Nextar to the PC, open Windows Media Player, and click the Library tab, then the Sync tab - if a little blue "i" appears next to the song, it will not work with your Nextar. In fact, any song that is not in mp3 format or unprotected WMA (very few WMA's are unprotected unless you Ripped them directly from CD) will not play in the Nextar.
2) You have the Hold switch engaged - unlock it
3) The PC's you are trying to connect it to are running Windows Vista - not compatible with Nextar
It is very simple. You can divide your MP3, WMA songs into directories and just drag and drop the directories (you can have each album with titles of each song specified too) to the removable drive of the MA566 or most current day MP3 players. but it has to be under the MP3root directory.
Then when you use your MA566 use the menu button (side middle button) then you can find a folder icon and press button then you can select which directory you and and use the same menu button again (you can use the direction buttons jto scroll up and down the directories), use menu to select then once you locate a song you can use menu button to select and a play or delete will pop-up and use the menu button to select.
If you don't use this method, then you can just use the direction button to scroll back and forth, you can see the title ( what ever name you have same as on your pc).
I hope this helps. It applies to almost all the same interface for this series or (ALI M5661R based mp3) players.
It sounds like these wma files have DRM protection.
You can still play these songs on your mp3 player, but you must use Windows Media Player to transfer them.
To do this, connect your mp3 player to your computer, then open Windows Media Player. In WMP select "Sync" & you should see your mp3 player in the right-hand pane. Drag & drop your wma files across. It's a slow way to do it, but the only way to transfer wma files with DRM.