Start Windows Media Player and then connect your device to your computer.
If you have not set up synchronization between your computer and this
device, the Device Setup Wizard starts.
In the Device Setup Wizard, click Automatic.
Automatic is already selected if your device's
storage capacity is greater than 512 megabytes (MB). If your device
has less capacity, Manual is selected. However you can still
choose to set up automatic synchronization with a limited-storage
(Optional) Click Customize the playlists that will be
synchronized to change the priority order of the categories and
playlists to be synchronized.
Automatic synchronization begins. If
synchronization does not start, click the Start Sync button
in the Items to Sync pane. If you selected playlists for
synchronization that cannot be played or viewed on your device, the
Player skips these files during synchronization and displays an
error in the Items to Sync pane (the left side of Sync).
You can switch between automatic and manual
synchronization for a device by right-clicking the device in the
Library feature and then clicking
Change Sync Settings. The Synchronization Settings
dialog box is displayed. Clear or select the Synchronize device
automatically check box to select the mode that you want.
You can stop synchronization at any time by
clicking the Stop Sync button in the
Items to Sync pane. This does not remove items already synchronized
to the device, but does prevent additional items from being
synchronized. Stopping synchronization does not affect
synchronization settings for the partnership.
If you set up automatic synchronization, but do
not want synchronization to start when you connect the device to
your computer or when you change synchronization settings, you can
clear the Start sync when device connects check box in the
device's Properties dialog box. When you turn off this
option, you must click the Start Sync button in the
Items to Sync pane to start automatic synchronization. For more
information, see Setting device