Question about Philips Nike PSA220 MP3 Player
I TREID TO PUT A HOWARD STERN 130 MB ON MY PSA 220 BUT THE PORTABLE DEVICE TURNED OFF..... I TRIED TO GO BACK AND I COULDNT PUT HOWARD STERN ON THERE...IT WAS A MP3 SOUND. I CHECK MY MP3 PLAYER AND WHEN I TURN IT ON I GET THAT MESSAGE ON THE SCREEN...... I HAVE MUSIC MATCH 8.0 FOR THE PSA...I ALSO TRIED 9.0 MUSICMATCH BECAUSE I JUST WANTED TO TRY SOMETHING NEW.... I DONT KNOW WHAT ELSE TO DO AND I WAS ABOUT TO GO WORK OUT RIGHT NOW TOO... PLEASE HELP.
Try re downloading the latest version of WMP.
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
Votelo a la basura
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
-Install the 'Device Manager' Utility from your Disk, or go get the latest from Philips website.
-Connect your player to the computer with the usb cable.
-Run the 'Device Manager' program. Press Restore. This will restore the firmware and your player is as good as new!
Everything will be erased, so remember to backup your data if you store anything other that MP3s in it.
Some more notes:
-Do not erase the '_system' folder in it, cause it has the firmaware,MP3s database, and the MP3s.
-Maybe that 130MB pushed your player to it's limits. I never tried to put a file that big but probably we should avoid it in the future.
-Do not use Media player, RealOne, Winamp, etc. Those will just copy the mp3 in the root, while the player reads a Database file. Use the Musicmatch version provided by philips along with the provided plugin. The plugin will not work with other versions of musicmatch.
-If you you had enough with musicmatch, use one free alternative like ShoqBox Buddy or Pandora's Shoqbox.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
This doesnt work at all... using windows media player does not fix the problem
Posted on Dec 16, 2007
Stop listing 2 howard stern :P
Posted on Oct 29, 2007
Double H is right on that part. You should use either RealPlayer, or the preferred Windows Media Player 10 or 11 (Beta version if possible).
Posted on Jan 08, 2007
You should try different software instead of music match, like windows media player or real one as these are much more reliable. i had the same problem when i bought a ministry of sound mp3 and i tried it with different software and it worked perfectly!!!
Posted on Jun 10, 2006
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