Question about SanDisk Sansa c140 MP3 Player
SRY FORTHE CAPS MY CAPS BUTTON IS BROKE BUTI NEED HELP ON HOW TO PUT SONGS ON MY MP3 A GOOD EXPLANATION OR GUIDE OR SOMTHIN WILL DO
First of all, find yourself a good music download site, limewire.com is excellent. then download all of your favorite songs. go to library click on "explore". when the share folder comes up click on "organize" then "select all". when the little pages turn blue right click one of them and then left click "add to windows media player". the media player will come on playing your first song (normal). click on "sync" then click "sync now playing". you can check progress by going to the media library and clicking on the sansa c140 in the sidebar. hopefully you will be jamming before long. oh! do not unplug your device until it says it's ok on the media player or you click stop sync.;)
Posted on Apr 02, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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