I have transferred quite a lot of music to my player and it all worked fine. While transferring something my computer swtiched off due to a power cut - after this when I turned my MP3 player back on when i go into the music menus they're all saying 'no data'. The storage still shows all my music is there and when I go into the player through my computer the music files are still within the player.
I would rebuild the music database using this little extra program that comes with the media manager. i believe its the "ChkService.exe" in the tatung installation directory. if you start it, it goes into your windows taskbar. make a rightclick and then click on something that says "run jukebox program". you'll get a popup, that offer some options. one of them should be called "rebuild database" or something like (sorry, my version is in german). click on it. it could help.
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a lot of the ipod's are a pain because they only want you to use their downloads and their music. If you are just trying to transfer music from your music on your computer to the ipod it won't except it. The music will show it transfered to the ipod but won't show up on it because apple with all of their ipods use a different format for their songs which only the ipod can read. I have tried every way around this and you just have to breakdown and go through itunes. You can take all your music you have on your computer now and put it on itunes then load it on your ipod and it will transfer fine. Good news is that itunes is free, lol.
Hey! There are some other iPod Transfer tools which can transfer music between iPod and PC, iPod and iTunes freely. I am now using this Wondershare iPod Transfer which is very easy-to-use. Now I can transfer music between iPod and PC, iPod and iTunes easily. You can have a free try of it.
Hope that will be of help to you.
When it comes to transferring music from computer to iPod, iTunes is always the first choice for most of iPod users. As the official transfer tool, iTunes can help you to transfer music to iPod easily. The next guidance will show you how to transfer music from computer to iPod with iTunes.
Connect your iPod to PC via matched USB cable. Then click the iPod icon on the left corner of the interface. To manage your media files manually, you'd better go to "Options" under "Summary" tab, cancel "Automatically sync when this iPod is connected" and check "Manually manage music and videos". Don't forget to click "Apply" when it's done.
Import music into iTunes library from computer by clicking "File" and then "Add File to Library". Once transferred successfully, you can select the music icon on top to see all the songs.
Click "Music" under "Settings" tab. Choose "Sync Music". You can either sync entire music library or selected playlists as you like. Then click "Sync" button at the bottom to transfer music from computer to iPod.
You probably do not want to use iTunes for syncing your iPod music when you have got a lot of CD music long time ago, because iTunes can't sync them back to computer. "How can I transfer music to iPod without iTunes?" You may want to ask this question. Well, a powerful iPod transfer software is helpful on the iPod music syncing issue. http://www.leawo.org/tutorial/how-to-transfer-music-to-ipod-without-itunes.html
Are you getting a specific error message when you try to transfer songs? Does it look like they are transferrring, and then do not play? Are you just looking for the program that you would use to transfer songs? I would suggest Windows Media Player. Is iTunes your music service? If so, they will not work with this mp3 player.
You can also drag and drop the Mp3 or WMA files from Windows Explorer: Try this - connect your mp3 player to computer --> double-click on My Computer --> double-click on the icon of the mps player --> double-click on the music folder --> drag and drop the music files to a folder/desktop of your own choosing
Check the format of the song - this player will play mp3 or wma, but if your wma's do not have "transfer rights" then you cannot transfer them to this or any other player.
If your device is getting too close to its capacity, it will effect the menu on the device.
You need at least 6-10MB of free space for the "music database".
If thats not it, one or more of your files may be corrupt.
To resolve this, you should format the device to delete all the music, then transfer it back to the player.
To format, right click on the device under My Computer and select format.
Please add to the question if that didnt work.
Best of Luck.