Take your favorite tunes with you when you jog or work out at the gym. Windows Media Player for Windows XP is set up to make the transfer of music to portable players as simple as 1-2-3. And since the music is stored on your computer hard drive, you can keep refilling your portable player as often as you want.

To transfer music to a portable player

Connect your portable player to your computer, according to the directions supplied with the player.
Click Start, point to All Programs, and then click Windows Media Player.
Click Copy to CD or Device. If necessary, click the player to which you want to copy music.
Choose a playlist from the Music to Copy drop-down menu.
Clear the check boxes beside any tracks you do not want to copy.
Click Copy Music.

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