I have the 2 gig mp3 player and when i plug it in to tower message appears saying that the device is not responding. how to remedy ?
I also have ripped some songs already to be transfered. And yes the player is on when in the tower. How do I make this transfer ? My e mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org Please help
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It probably means your usb connection is loose. You can try another usb port on your mac, if that is better then the usb port you usually use is bent or has a loose connection, if not the problem is likely the MP3 player's usb.
You could try putting a small amount of weight on the MP3 Player while its plugged in to improve connection. While it is plugged in, use your finger to lightly move the device up or down and hold gently. If the connection improves, use a small weight to hold device in that spot. If you are pushing down put a small box on top of the device, if you are pushing up, gently wedge something underneath drive.
Usually most mp3 players work as a flash drive when you plug them into your computer. Some won't let you transfer or play while charging, but this one looks like it gives you an option to.
Open Windows Explorer (to see the drives, folders and files) and plug your mp3 player in. Select Charge and transfer. A new Removable Device should appear in Explorer with a drive letter assigned to it. It could be F:, G:, H:, etc... Just copy your mp3s onto that drive.
When you are finished, clock Safely Remove Hardware in the bottom right corner of your screen and select the mp3 player device and stop it. A message will appear saying that it is safe to remove this device. Then unplug it and enjoy!
Suddenly my centon 4GB wasn't allowing me to add mp3s to it as it said
it didn't have any more space but I knew it did because I had just
deleted a couple gigs. I figured out that there's an "invisible"
recycle folder on the mp3 player that has the files you've deleted
still stored in it.
To fix do this:
1. plug your mp3 player into the USB port.
2. Find out the letter of the drive it appears as.
ex. let's say the external drive it appears as is F:\
3. Now go to:
Type in: F:\recycled
4. Click on File on the top toolbar
5. Click Empty Recycle Bin
Your free space on your mp3 player should now successfully be retrieved!
try re installing the cd program of ur mp3 or if you dont have any... try this. (for windows computer only)
1- plug your mp3 in the computer using your usb. 2- go to my computer.... in the left task pane. click view systems information. 3-the system properties dialogue box will appear. 4-click the hardware tab then click the device manager. 5-the device manager tab will appear. 6- click the portable devices then you will see the name of your device. 7-click the name of your device . 8- you will see in the general tab in the dialogue box that will appear 'device usage' 9- enable it.
You have to run your mouse over the Rip tab in Windows Media Player, click on the arrow that appears under the Rip tab, and select Rip Options --> Format --> and change it to Mp3. Then the Rip will work.
When the "safely remove hardware" icon is in the status bar (the by time) disconnet the mp3 player. After a few seconds connect it again. Then reboot the computer system. You will then be able to see the contents of the mp3 payer.
I tried and it works. Also it means the player could be removed without clicking on"safely remove hardware".
Most likely a issue in the FAT or similar table. The tables used on the internal memory is allocated only for short files names since most media managers change the file names to fit 8.3 dos. They do this since mp3 and mwa audio files use id tagging. So try renaming your mp3's that its eight letters or numbers then the three letter extension .mp3 = rap0001.mp3
The Database error is generally because the device does not have enough free space to create the database ( or GUI ).
Delete some songs off the device and that should solve it.
You should generally keep 6MB free for every 2 gigs of music.
Please add to the question for additional assistance.
Best of Luck.
When I put in extra 1 gig of memory on my 1 gig unit and then looked at it in my computer the extra memery showed up as another drive. I had 1 gig from the unit as 1 drive and on another drive I had another 1gig