Ok i have a Philips HDD1630 MP3 and i downloaded some songs onto it from my friends computer when we were on a trip but when i got back i went to take them off and the computer shows that they are off but when i use my mp3 it says they are there but when i go to play them nothing happens
Mine did the same thing. The hdd1630 seems to let some of the songs you don't want any more snake their way back into your playing list. You might want to try deleting all the songs off or it and re-syncing the player. This works for me about 98% of the time. Though, one or two ghost songs did pop up.. Any way, I hope this helps.
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This is a flash device and it comes with a USB extension cable, try not using the extension cable and plugging the unit directly into one of the REAR usb ports on your computer. This should make the device show up as a 'Removable Disk' drive under 'My Computer'.
You can access all the files on the MP3 player from the HDD1630 device folder in My Computer. Just navigate to the music folder and copy all your songs to your computer.
You can remove songs from your MP3 player using Windows Media Player.
It's unlikely that your MP3s contain viruses, but you can always scan them once you've copied them to your computer. 'Corrupt mp3 file' more likely means the file is in the wrong format or was written incorrectly.