Question about MP3 & Digital Media Players
in order to help you illl need more information, like what programs are you using to download and convert them into your mp3 player? i use rhapsody, because when i used to use windows media player it would give me the same problems you seem to be having. P.s. my e250 screen is broken v.t it was the only thing holding my entire colection of kick ass songs, most of which are irreplaceable due to undownloadableness. i could kill myself
Posted on Aug 05, 2007
SOURCE: putting songs onto it
You might not have a type of file that is supported by your mp3 player. I use online converters and change them all to wma because our players can play that and they are smaller than mp3s.
Posted on Jul 21, 2007
Try formatting your mp3 player which might fix this problem. Also do some updates from the manufacturers website. This may be a known bug which your mp3 players manufacturer may have found and made a new driver version for.
To format follow these steps below:
First go to "My Computer" - now look for your mp3 player usually named under for example "Removable Disk F", when you've found it "Right-Click" on it then click on "Format", when format is complete try after that.
Any further problems leave a comment on this page and i will get back to you.
Good luck. Hope my solution was helpful.
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
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