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Uploading mp3's I'm having problems getting mp3's onto the camera. i've created a file and moved an mp3 into the folder. why isn't it on the camera when i go to play it. it's in mp3 format. i noticed a sililar post to this. is it a common problem?

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I think you will find that the file you have created has to be called MP3 otherwise the camera doesn't recognise it.

Posted on Jan 03, 2007

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How to download


MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format.You can download mp3 music files from the Internet toyour computer and then copy them to your MP3 player.For your CD collection, you need to convert your CDs tomp3 music files onto your computer or download them from the Internet and thencopy them to your MP3 player after you have connected the USB cable tothe MP3 player and the computer.
You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs - Media Player willcreate a MP3 music file for each music track.Click on this link for instruction on converting musicfiles to mp3 file format :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r5798418-creating_transferring_mp3_music_files

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How to upload MP3 music


Step 1: Plug your Garmin 765 into your computer (Windows, Mac, Linux, Unix) with a USB cable. Step 2: Navigate to the drive named GARMIN (varies by type of computer you have). Step 3: Create a folder in the root for the GARMIN drive called MP3 (in all caps, just like the JPEG folder). Step 4: Copy your MP3 files into this folder. Step 5: Eject the GARMIN drive like any other USB drive. Step 6: Unplug the USB cable as the 765 starts-up. Step 7: Click Menu > Tools > Media Player > Browse Step 8: Enjoy your music!

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I have a dvr 595 how do i get music onto the mp3 player


Hi,

It is not possible to transfer your music from the dvr 595 to the mp3 player.

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Samsung i85 camera. Tried to download music onto camera. Connected camera to PC. Went into explore and made new folder for MP3 under "removables" drive . Although shows music in folder on PC...


i had the same problem it was stressing me out... 1st you must go into "my computer", click on "removable disk", there should be a file named "DCIM" (yours might be different), where you see this file create a NEW file on that same pg named "MP3". now when you go to download songs just download them straight to that file. hope that helps

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Mp3 having corrupt files and space problems


Contact the manufacturer's website/phone number for more details, but the database is corrupt and will need a firmware upgrade to resolve. Most manuf have the upgrade available via their website (unless it's one of the out-of-business companies).

May 23, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I some how deletted everything can i get it back ?


you can fix the problem by having the original sansa files when you format it it deletes everything
get a friends sansa files or do this
and just because it would be a pain looking for the original files i uploaded here for people who deleted them put these files into a folder named

DATA http://www.divshare.com/download/4002990-1d7

WMDRMPD http://www.divshare.com/download/4003086-013

REFS--no files

and put them in into 1 folder named SYSTEM--make it hidden then put it on sansa

then create a music folder make it hidden

then create photo folder with thumbnail and my album folder make my album hidden

then create pictures folder make it hidden

then create playlists folder make it hidden put this file in it
http://www.divshare.com/download/4003139-94b

make a record folder with 2 folders named radio and voice

make a folder video

captilize all these except the one listed below

make a tmp folder

this should work :)

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Can't upload mp3's onto camera


To transfer MP3 files to Digimax i6:

- Turn off camera
- Plug USB cable to PC and camera
- Turn on camera
- On your COMPUTER screen, it will tell you select USB: Printer or Computer
- Select Computer using the arrow buttons
- Press MENU/OK
- On your COMPUTER screen, a window will pop out like
Removable Disk and it will be telling you a lot of options
- Select "Open to View Files"
- You should be seeing the DCIM folder as you select that option
- Right click on the white space where DCIM is located
- Select "New" and then "Folder"
- Rename the folder as MP3
- Open your documents containing the MP3 files that you want to transfer
to your camera
- Make sure that the format is MP3
- Select the files that you would like to transfer
- Right click on one of those and select copy
- Now, go to the MP3 folder that you've just created
- Open the MP3 folder
- Right click on the white space of the MP3 folder
- Select PASTE
- All MP3 files will be copied to your camera

Note: It depends on the file size of your MP3 if it could still
be accomodated inside your memory card

To safely unplug your camera:
- Look for the green arrow icon on the lower right corner
of your computer
- Right click on that and select "Safely Remove Hardware"
- Just select your memory card in there that is pertaining
to your camera and select stop
- Once, you've seen the message "You could now safely remove the camera",
then you could now turn off your camera and unplug it so as to prevent any problems

On your camera:
- Turn it on
- Press the M button
- Scroll to the right until you see MODE menu tab
- Use the down button to select Still/Movie/PMP
- Press MENU button (all will disappear)

Now,
- Press the M button
- Select Resume
- Make sure to be on MP3 mode
- Select the desired files and those will play

If it still does not work, call the Manufacturer.

Jan 16, 2008 | Samsung NV3 Digital Camera

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Infinite folders and inability to play music


You need to reinstall the firmware, which can be found on Sansa's site. If this is not an option, which it likely is NOT, you need to send the device out via the MFG warranty, or just send it to the MFG. If you look into the files on this device, it has a VERY VERY bad history with performance on this site. I hope this helps! problem solved!

Aug 07, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa E280 MP3 Player

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Can't upload mp3's onto camera


To transfer MP3 files to Digimax i6:

- Turn off camera
- Plug USB cable to PC and camera
- Turn on camera
- On your COMPUTER screen, it will tell you select USB: Printer or Computer
- Select Computer using the arrow buttons
- Press MENU/OK
- On your COMPUTER screen, a window will pop out like
Removable Disk and it will be telling you a lot of options
- Select "Open to View Files"
- You should be seeing the DCIM folder as you select that option
- Right click on the white space where DCIM is located
- Select "New" and then "Folder"
- Rename the folder as MP3
- Open your documents containing the MP3 files that you want to transfer
to your camera
- Make sure that the format is MP3
- Select the files that you would like to transfer
- Right click on one of those and select copy
- Now, go to the MP3 folder that you've just created
- Open the MP3 folder
- Right click on the white space of the MP3 folder
- Select PASTE
- All MP3 files will be copied to your camera

Note: It depends on the file size of your MP3 if it could still
be accomodated inside your memory card

To safely unplug your camera:
- Look for the green arrow icon on the lower right corner
of your computer
- Right click on that and select "Safely Remove Hardware"
- Just select your memory card in there that is pertaining
to your camera and select stop
- Once, you've seen the message "You could now safely remove the camera",
then you could now turn off your camera and unplug it so as to prevent any problems

On your camera:
- Turn it on
- Press the M button
- Scroll to the right until you see MODE menu tab
- Use the down button to select Still/Movie/PMP
- Press MENU button (all will disappear)

Now,
- Press the M button
- Select Resume
- Make sure to be on MP3 mode
- Select the desired files and those will play

If it still does not work, call the Manufacturer.

Jun 23, 2007 | Samsung Digimax i6 PMP Digital Camera

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Transferring mp3 files from memory card onto computer


Those multifunction devices require several drivers. I assume you loaded the drivers onto the computer. It sounds like you are using a memory card that already has MP3 files on it. That may be a problem if the camera or software is expecting to see the files in a certain folder on the card. Try uploading MP3 files to the camera and then see if you can move it back to the computer. Since you just got it, check and see how much time you have to return it to the store. If you have a bit of time, check out the help section of Aiptek's website. http://www.aiptek.com

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