How to Transfer Music With Creative Zen Touch

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How to Transfer Music With Creative Zen Touch
Transfer music to a Creative Zen Touch (mp3 player msi black image by patrimonio designs from Fotolia.com)

The Zen Touch is part of the line of MP3 players from Creative. According to the Creative Support website, music can be transferred to the Zen Touch using one of several readily available programs. Options for transferring music include Creative MediaSource Organizer, Windows Media Player and Windows Explorer.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Install Creative MediaSource Organizer from the CD-ROM that came with your Zen Touch. Once installed, allow the program to search for digital music files on your computer. These files are added to the MediaSource library and can be transferred to the Zen Touch.

  2. 2

    Launch Windows Media Player if you are using a Windows based computer. Add music to the Windows Media Player library then connect the Zen Touch. The device will be detected automatically by Windows Media Player. Use the Sync tab of the program to transfer music to your Zen Touch.

  3. 3

    Use Windows Explorer if you are using a Windows based computer and do not want to install Creative MediaSource or use Windows Media Player. Once the Zen Touch is connected to your computer, it appears as a removable drive in Windows Explorer. Music files from your computer can be added to the Zen Touch by dragging these files and dropping them into the music folder on the device.

Tips and warnings

  • Other programs are available from the Creative website for transferring music to the device. These programs include Creative Media Explorer, Creative Sync Manager, Creative Media Lite and Creative Centrale.

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