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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by sylvia,ann, Jan 30, 2007.

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  1. sylvia,ann

    sylvia,ann Thread Starter

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    hi wonder if any one can help ,
    I have a MP3 stix pro player 256mb
    only trouble is i have lost the info leaflet and cant remember how i get cd on to the mp3 player any help please but i am not very tec minded so simple words please thanks
     
  2. Billy the Adult

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    You can use Media Player or whatever other program you have that will "Rip" songs from cd's. Make sure you choose to convert them to mp3 format.. Then you can move them to your players memory card by the usb connection or whatever means it has.
     
  3. sylvia,ann

    sylvia,ann Thread Starter

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    I have copied three cd on to my music flie on winows xp and now cant work out how to get them to my mp 3 player i am hopless with computers so any simple ways of doing this would be great thanks
     
  4. cmw2010

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    What brand of mp3 player do you have?
     
  5. Byteman

    Byteman Gone but Never Forgotten

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    Hi sylvia,ann and those helping.....

    This is the result of merging the two threads sylvia,ann opened which had replies in them into ONE thread. Please continue all posting in this thread. I have closed the other two that had 0 replies.

    I'm also going to Move this thread to our Multimedia forum where it belongs. Have fun!
     
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