Connect the player to the computer. The specific method depends on the model, but most often it is enough to connect them by cable from the accessory kit included in the acquired device along with the kit. Typically, this cable has at one end connector type mini-USB, and the other is a standard USB connector. Insert the mini connector into the corresponding socket of the player, and the second connector connect to one of the inputs of the USB port on the computer.
After connecting the player to the computer operating system detects the new device as "external storage" and it will be available just as any drive of your computer. If the OS can't find in its database for a suitable driver in the notification area of the taskbar will pop up corresponding warning message and you will need to install the driver yourself. Typically, the players that require additional drivers are included the disc with the software - install it into the reader optical drives on your computer, click the install option of the driver, and then follow the instructions given by the installation program. If such a disk no - go on the website of the manufacturer of the player and download the required software from there.
If your player requires to operate the computer using a special program, then copy the desired music files. However, most current players are fully compatible with Windows. Therefore, in order to copy the desired music files from computer to the player, just select them on the desktop or in the Explorer window, press ctrl + c, then go to connected as external drive player and press ctrl + v. This way you can copy not only single files, but folders.