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Check the settings in your Windows Media player under RIP for MP3 out put. Start by right clicking out next to Now Playing, this will bring up a context menu, look for -> Tools -> Options -> Rip music tab set up your out put to MP3 and the Folder you want to put it all in. Next put in a cd you want to rip to MP3 and let it do it's thing. Next hook up your MP3 player to your computer, and finding your music folder under windows explorer. Copy the files and drag them on to your player into a music folder. Done, go play.
since it's not an apple made mp3 player, you shouldn't need itunes to use it. whoever gave it to you probably neglected to give you the software disc you need to download your music, but try taking the music straight from itunes drag and drop style, or whatever other music programs you may be using.
easiest thing to do is to open up media player then update it
then click arrow under options
then more options
then under rip music tab
make sure add music protection is disabled and change the format to mp3 by clicking on it
then click apply then ok
then insert cd into pc then click on rip
it will rip all music to mp3 format into your music folder under
C:\Documents and Settings\andrew\My Documents\My Music
then just drag and frop in into mp3 player under my computer unless you have an ipod then you need to use itunes to add music
please give more information when asking questions its a bit vaque
no matter brand new or used....keep downloading your music (videos) via frostwire.....but this is how you get the music from you pc to your device.....plug the device to pc....goto my computer....see the new icon (yeah your mp3)..open it up....now also find the folder w/ your music open that up....copy and paste (click and drag) files from the pc to mp3 ....have fun.....feel free to rate the help
first, install the software. if a disc comes with it, put that in before you connect it. if it dont have a disc, it will install when its connected. a window called "Autoplay" should come up. go to Open Folder To View Files and go to your My Music folder. drag all the music you want to the mp3 player's folder. hope this helped
Most mp3 player will be recognized as a removable hard drive. I they are not write protected then you should be able to simply drag and drop files on it /only after i was installed correctly, Windows have to recognize it/. If drag and drooping won't work you can synchronize files with WMP.
If neither of the aforementioned methods work then please give the brand and number of the mp3 player you have and I'll find a solution for you.
Plug your mp3 player in using a normal Usb cable or the one provided.
Open My Computer and the click the folder of your mp3 player [Brand,Version] or use the software provided.
Download music or rip music on your computer, using cd's or a download program.
Go to where you music is stores and drag it to "music" on your music folder in your mp3players folder in My Computer.or use the converter thinger to transfer music.
and your done !
I would suggest formatting the unit and trying again, but this time do not sync it with media player.
Plug it into your USB and got "My Computer", the player will show up as a removable disc usually drive f:, right click on the drive and hit format, quick format shoudl work. Once formated double click the removable disc drive, and then click and drag or copy and paste your music into this drive and see what happens.
That player should support WMA files, but just to let you know, if you convert those files to MP3 it will take about half the space and therefot you can store more music at once.
Hope this helps and good luck