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Re: 4mb go gear mp3 player
You can try running a Repair in the Philips Device Manager, but it will probably not work - get a replacement - either through the store or Philips. I can tell you exactly why the msg is coming up, but I've explained it so many times over the last year, i am tired of explaining so many times. just trust me. Run repair - when that fails - get it replaced.
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It works only via USB to PC because that is not only the way to transfer MP3 files from your PC to the player/headphones, but one way to charge the player's battery. You can also charge the player with the USB cable by plugging it in a USB wall charger. So let it fully charge in the PC or the wall charger and then take it with you while you walk, work out, etc. There is nothing wrong with your player (maybe the fact that there is no indicator when it is charging and when it is fully charged ??).
There are two things possible. 1) You have defective re chargeable batteries in your GoGear. 2) There is some short circuit because of which the re chargeable cells are discharging. Either way you should get the system changed. If you want to confirm if its the battery defect or GoGear. Charge the system fully and play music continuously. If the Go Gear plays for about 4 hours with out break---- its not the battery but the charging system.
If you plug your mp3 player into your computer, and it shows up in 'My Computer' - try to follow these steps.
1 Right click on your mp3 player in my computer. 2 Click on Format... 3 From FIle system menu select FAT32 4 Tick the box that says Quick Format 5 Push Start 6 wait until this process completes. 7 Safely eject the device. (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/165721) 8 Your mp3 player should now work. If it does not try to repeat the process except this time do not tick the box that says Quick Format.
have you tried updating the firmware? Go to Samsung.com support > download center > type
in the model number (yp-k5jab) click on firmware, and download the
version that corresponds with your device. install the firmware updater
on your computer, plug in your device. and flash the firmware. (this
will erase ALL songs and settings so you will want to back those up
first). After that its like brand new. Keep the updater handy, since this might crop up again.
Open "My Computer" and find in on the list of drives and CD-Roms. It will be called something like "Audio Device" or "Removable Storage Device". Make sure you find the correctly icon for the player.
Right click the player then select the format option. You'll probably want to use a FAT32 format as it is the usual format for MP3 players and flash drives of the like. This will totally erase any files on the player, so be forewarned before you complete this.
Raw file system is basically the media in it's standard state. All the information is recorded as zero's and this is how your computer is seeing it. It is either reporting incorrectly due to bad file system error, or simple was formatted incorrectly.
Give that a try, let me know what happens. :) Hope it helps.
The memory may be corrupt and it can't read the music files correctly.
Open your My Computer icon and plug the player into your computer. You
should see a new removable disk called Mix Max appear. Right click on
the disk and choose Format from the pop up menu. At the Format window
make sure that the File System is set to FAT32 and click Start. At the
next window click OK to proceed. You'll then need to add the songs back
to your player but it should correct the problem. When adding the songs to the player again make sure that you leave at least 4 megabytes of space available so it can create the library file.