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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by naughty_vixen304, Feb 8, 2007.

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  1. naughty_vixen304

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    i bought a SD card for my sandisk model e140 mp3 player but cant get the songs 2 download on it can someone plzzz help:eek:
     
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    Try saving to your computer first then save them to your SD card.
     
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    Hi naughty_vixen304

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    Well it looks like you should be able to plug the device into your computer using a USB cable, and transfer to and from it like any usual mass storage device. You just have to make sure you get it transfered onto the SD card rather than the player. If you want to transfer the MP3 files onto the card seperately, then you will need a reader to do that independantly of the player. You might be lucky like me and have one attached to your printer, but otherwise you should get a card reader. When you plug the player or the card into a reader, on the My Computer window a new drive should appear. Just get your MP3 files and copy them over to that new drive. Disconnect the drive, and listen to it on your player.
     
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