What would you like help with?
I’m having trouble downloading the audio files
- First, be sure that you’re clicking “Save” rather than “Open” if you’re given those choices when you click a download link.
- Your internet connection may be slow. The packages are big files (about 70 MB) so it may take a long time if you are using a dial-up connection. If you’d like to download the files individually, you can go here.
- You may also want to try using a different browser. For example, if you’re using Internet Explorer, try FireFox or Chrome.*
- If you’re still having trouble, we’re very sorry. Please contact the webmaster and explain the difficulties.
How to put the files onto an iPod
- First download the audio files.
- For the official Apple instructions click here.*
- Windows users might prefer these instructions.*
How to put the files onto a non-iPod MP3 player
How to make (aka “burn”) a CD
- You’ll need to have the following:
- A computer with a CD burner (sometimes called a CD-R or CD-RW drive). Most computers that can burn DVDs can also burn CDs.
- A blank CD-R disk.
- Software for creating a CD. Some common ones include: Roxio and Nero (for PC) or Burn (for Apple).
- The Chinese 24/7 audio files (click here to download them)
- Create an Audio CD by following the instructions that came with your CD-burning software. You will probably be given the choice to create an “Audio CD,” “Data CD,” or “MP3 CD.” In most cases, the Audio CD option should be chosen because, even though the Chinese 24/7 files are MP3s, many CD players cannot play MP3 CDs. Audio CDs are the most common format and should play on any CD player.
- For Windows Media Player instructions, go here.*
*Links to third-party websites are offered as a courtesy to purchasers of Chinese 24/7. Neither the publisher (Stone Bridge Press) nor the author (Albert Wolfe) takes any responsibility for the content of third-party websites. Neither the publisher nor author may be held responsible for any loss of data, damage to hardware, nor any other damages or inconvenience caused by use of third-party websites.