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Not playing music

The MP3 player is no longer playing music. It works as a jump drive, from which I can play songs on my computer, but it won't play anything on its own.

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It happened to me once before. So I formatted it threw the program that came with the device and then I copied my music files once again while the program was working. After that everything worked just fine. Hope it helps!!

Posted on Feb 07, 2006

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if you wanna play the songs on the computer then play it with VLC player...download free player from the following link :

http://www.filehippo.com/download_vlc/

if you wanna play the song in your HI-FI music player or in your Car's music system , then convert them to ".mp3" format..... here is how you can convert to .mp3 format....

http://www.mp3-converter.com/mp3_converter_freeware.htm

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