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mr smallz March 12th, 2006 11:37 PM

Save file into a folder?(My music folder)
 
I'm stupid new person who doesn't know very much about limewire. Okay, I downloaded about 120 songs into my limewire library. After that, I saved it into a playlist, to the My music program. Then I saved it into this jump drive(memory card). After that, I transfered the files to another computer from the jump drive, and when I opened the file it had no music files in it. I can't save the files on a Cd because my CD drive sucks and doesn't Record or copy files very well. My question is, how can I put my 120 songs into a folder, so I can transfer it to another comp??????????????
I've already read the FAQ and all that stuff.nothing.
Anyone out there know?
I'll give you a nickel.

moe2006 March 13th, 2006 12:57 PM

Not sure this is the answer you are looking for. It may also take a while to do, depending on your internet connection. The way I had to do this, was to save them all into a folder, then email the folder to my email address, (which was yahoo) and then opened it on another computer. This way worked for me, but I am far from being a computer guru, so I tend to do things the hard way.

Good luck,
Moe

Only A Hobo March 13th, 2006 01:22 PM

mr smallz I have a feeling you might be trying to transfer playlist files (m3us via your jump drive. If so these will not work. You need to find the folder(s) the mp3 files are stored ... typically your save folder , which you can identify in Options>saving>saved folder. and transfer the mp3 files.

Will your jump drive hold 6 or 7 hundred MB btw as I imagine this is the amount of space you will need

Be very careful not to use the delete feature on any files in the Limewire Library ... as if you do you will instantly and permanently erase the files from your computer.

I hope this helps.

agnew March 13th, 2006 04:22 PM

G'Day Mate,
I've always saved my Mp3 files into their own folder on my "desktop". Then copy/paste from that folder into a 512mb usb memory stick for loading into the cars cd/mp3/radio. Although I've not reloaded onto another computor, I'd presume the same system would apply for all WinDoze machines?


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