My mp3 player can't HDD intialize can this be repaired or replaced
Hello, i can format the disk through the samsung software and i can transfer some music files and images also.... but i can play on my players its shows error... so can help me... my knowledge the path is not recognize.. if you have the manual can you mail this id email@example.com... please
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I can understand your issue. When you sy unable to transfer the videos to your samsung MP3 player, then the native file format would be .SVI format. So please go through this link and download the SVI setup and convert the file then transfer into your mp3 player. The link is : http://sourceforge.net/projects/svicoder/files/jSVIcoder/jSVIcoder-0.8/jSVIcoder-0.8.0-setup.exe/download
Hello, Just follow these steps below: To format the mp3 player. Go through: Setting>Control Panel>Administrative Tools>Computer Management>Disk management> Try to format it with fat files system or the file system you are accustomed with. hope this help you Regards uttam
Hello, You can try to format the mp3 player. Go through: Setting>Control Panel>Administrative Tools>Computer Management>Disk management> Try to format it with fat files system. hope this help you Regards uttam
the emodio software has a lot of glitches. you can go to mu computer and open player then select sub category then select music or what ever you want. drop and drag files. if video you must convert with emodio then drag from default convert location(C:\Users\Laptop 2\Video)
Video files need to be converted into AVI format before being uploaded to your MP3 player with the AVI converter software that was included on your MP3 player. Your MP3 player must be in USB Disk mode before transferring video files.Once the desired video files have been converted to AVI format they can be uploaded to your MP3 player with the Media Manager software that was also included on the Software Application CD provided with your MP3 player.
You either drag & drog the files to the removable disk or go to Samsung Multimedia Studio and select 'export' and select 'export videos to device' on the drop-down menu. If the files aren't in the correct format then it will do that and transfer the files.
Without a personal look it's hard to say but it sounds like the hard drive has died. It's not surprising really. The player gets carted around all over the place whilst a Computer hard drive normally sits in one place.
What could've happened is if you carry the unit with whilst jogging or running with it switched off the hard drive heads could knock against the platters causing a tiny dent. As the platter is only thin aluminium it's not hard to do. This dent then causes the heads to jump when it's spinning and when it lands it causes another dent and when the heads hit that dent it jumps and causes another one etc. etc. That's when you end up with a dead hard drive.
That's looking at the bad side but you could be lucky and all it needs is a reformat and reinstall of the software. Being an MP3 player I'm not sure how you'd do that. If indeed you can. Seeing as how it would appear as a mass storage device on your PC it should be able to be formatted the same way as any other Computer based hard drive. Maybe the software you need came on the CD supplied with the player.
First step would be to see if the computer recognises the player and take it from there.