Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Manual says it should be disconnected from PC and it is.
You can have a check it whether has use your hardware.if the files is still in and still show no files,That means you have make a wrong format for it.
You can have a look at this one which I have used for a long time for converting files to the right one.
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: not playing music
No Music Files Problem solved
Plug the MP3 player to PC
In Windows XP open Windows Explorer and navigate to one of the music files
Try to play the file in Windows
If it fails, unplug player and once the player switches off carry out a reset
Reconnect player to PC and repeat the process described above
You may need to repeat this several times until the music file plays in Windows.
After this format the player using Windows XP
Select the removable hard drive, right click and select format
Choose Fat32, enter a volume label (for example GMP33005) and select quick format
If formatting fails try several times
Once format is succesfull reload your music files using the software that came with the player
Be careful not to exceed 2.5 or 2.6 GB (leave some free space as this might be needed for the player to work)
The player should now play the music files correctly
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
Try elfootman's solution, he helped me out with the same problem (i'm wumanz105). If this doesn't work read my post, there's another solution along with a link to the firmware and software on it. Try the steps elfootman has given me,
It did the trick for me anyway.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
Your player should support both MP3 and WMA files. What happens when you try to play an MP3 instead? Have you tried other bit-rates? Those you are trying may be too high or low.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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