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    MP3 burning/sync problems

    I have a AudioVox MP3 player, and im trying to burn/sync songs to it, but when i tried burning using RealPlayer, it says i needed to download some patch to find my device, i did that, installed it, and now RealPlayer closes down every time i try to burn to the device, can anyone help me plz? Like what other programs are there I can use., or maybe the latest version of RealPlayer? cause I can't find it on their site

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    Re: MP3 burning/sync problems

    Real Players not a very good player/CD burning program at all. If you want to burn CD's then i would reccomend hitting up google and finding a program called Nero or Alcohol 120%, they're easy to use and good with burning CDs.

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    Re: MP3 burning/sync problems

    I want to burn to my MP3 player tho, not a CD >_>

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    Re: MP3 burning/sync problems

    Burn to an MP3 player... think about what you said.

    Do you mean transfer files over, or burn to an MP3 CD?

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    Re: MP3 burning/sync problems

    Transfer files, w/e

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    Re: MP3 burning/sync problems

    Try converting the songs to .wmv format then transfer them to your mp3 player with the cable that comes with the player.

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    Re: MP3 burning/sync problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Raven Omega
    Real Players not a very good player/CD burning program at all. If you want to burn CD's then i would reccomend hitting up google and finding a program called Nero or Alcohol 120%, they're easy to use and good with burning CDs.
    listen to the man he speaks the truth they are prolly the best burning programs out there..realplayer..**** OUTTA HERE!! and if you want to transfer songs you would need a usb cable for that ..

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    Re: MP3 burning/sync problems

    1. Did the MP3 player come with a program to transfer files.
    2. when you say: "but when i tried burning using RealPlayer" do you mean, you used real player to rip/make the mp3s? or...???
    3. You're sure you're trying to transfer mp3s right? not rm files?
    4. If you answered No to #1, most other mp3 players just show up as another drive when plugged in, and you can simply drag and drop in there.

    So either, a prog came with it, or it acts like a flash drive. I don't get where real player comes into play.

    Also double check to see what formats your player supports. Many are quite picky with regards to bitrate and formats.
    Last edited by angelan; Jul 15, 2005 at 06:11 AM.
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