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"No Files" Hi, Yesterday when i tried to turn on my MP3 player i got the message *****NO FILES**** I thought it was strange but thought maybe id pressed some crazy button and deleted all my songs by accident. HOWEVER, tonight i am trying to transfer some tunes from my Media Player and am getting the message : Windows Media Player encountered an error while communicating with the portable device. The storage card on the device might be full, the device might not be turned on, or the device does not allow playlists or folders to be created on it. The device is definitely not full as no tunes can be found on there, i don't know how to check the store card. Its definitly turned on and so far, it has allowed playlists and folders to be created! Please help, i can't live without my tunes!!!!!!! Shell

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Follow the following steps:-
1. Create folders on your computer for the various types of music you wish to keep and put all your MP3 files into these folders.

2. Connect your MOSMPO36 to your computer USB. I find it connects more reliably if I also connect the charger to the player at the same time.

3. I am running on WIN2000 PRO but I assume that Vista has Windows Explorer or its equivalent. Go to this and create folders with the same names as in 1. above in the Removable Disk folder which is your player.

4. Copy your MP3 files from the folders on your computer to the folders of the same name on your player.

5. Open MOS Jukebox which I assume you have loaded into your computer. If you have not you must do so.

6. Click on Sync. When it has finished building the music library:-

7 Click file, click exit.

I do not bother with play lists so can not help you on those. I always play back from "Track" which puts all your MP3 tracks in alphabetical order irrespective of which folder they are in.

Do not try to store all your MP3 files/tracks on one folder. The
MOSMPO36 does not appear to like folders of more than about 2 Gigabytes.

Hope above is helpful.

Posted on Mar 12, 2008

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when i turn on my Ministry Of Sound mp3 player it showing ***Locked*** . i need help

Posted on Oct 29, 2008

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SOURCE: i cannot transfer mpeg4 files. when i tried it

This may just mean that your mp3 or cell phone watever it is cannot play this format. However if this is a ipod then it should be able to play. Try downloading AVS audio converter pro. Its free. But make sure you have a codec for it to prevent a funny voice in some parts of the song. Change the format to mp3,WMA,WAV,aac or aiff formats. If this continues then this is a software problem. Hope i helped.

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Instead of dragging the songs directly to the player, use windows Media Player to transfer the songs instead - erase all of the ones that you have dragged on to the player first before proceeeding.

The instructions in these pages, which are largely links, pertain to Windows Media Player 10 and 11 only.

Windows Media Player is made by Microsoft. The general help page for Windows Media Player is:

Through this link, you can enter a variety of search terms that will help you find what you are looking for (exs.: “add files to my mp3 player”; “delete files from my mp3 player,” etc.)

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I've uploaded ALL YOU'LL EVER NEED on this rapidshare link, I format my player and bringit back to life with only this...

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