When downloading music to the player thru Windows Media Player, and after charging the player for quite some time, when I turn the player on it says "Hold" then "Bye" right away. I can't get it to play. Now I did use the USB setting the first time I downloaded the songs, then I read that it should be MTP if you have windows XP (which we do) but when trying to redownload the player with some of the same songs and some new songs, our computer said that the downloaded songs were all ready there and the new songs gave me an error message.
These are Christmas presents for my grandchildren and I have 2 more to get set up, I don't want to open the others if this problem can't be fix. Help Please, I'm getting frustrated. Thank You.
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Re: GPX MP3 Player Model # MQ3837
You will need to format your player. Doing this will completely erase any memory on your player. Follow the steps below:
1. Plug the player up to the computer using the USB cable. 2. Double click the My Computer icon on your desktop. 3. When that opens find your player under Removable Devices or Audio Devices. Some computers will show your player twice but will have the SD MMC card showing behind the player name. That is only for formatting the SD card. 4. Right click once on the player to open the Options menu and then click on Format 5. Click OK to any warnings that come up. There may be one or two depending on your operating system. 6. Any memory will now be erased from your player and you can disconnect from the computer. 7. Reboot your computer and plug your player back in. 8. When you see USB appear on your players screen, press and hold the M button until MTP appears on your screen. 9. Reload your music.
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1...You must download and install Windows Media Player 11 on your computer. NOTE...Some older MP3 players will not work with Windows Media Player 11 or Windows 7 with Windows Media Player 11. If this happens to you, then you will have to uninstall Windows Media Player 11 and install Windows Media Player 10. 2...After you have downloaded and installed Media Player on your computer. 3...Open Media Player on your computer. 4...Install all your music into Media Player that you want to install on your MP3 player. 5...Plug in your MP3 player to the computer using your Data/Sync cord, be sure that Windows Media Player is on. 6...Media player should recognize the MP3 player and sync with it. 7...After it is sync'ed with the computer,you can add the music you have installed into Windows Media Player to your MP3 Player. Please take time to rate me
If you are downloading music with digital rights management (which sounds like what you are doing), you'll have to go through Windows Media Player (version 10 or better) to "synch" your music. Once Media Player recognizes your GPX, you'll drag the items you want copied over to the GPX and download them that way.
go to poilit or some your commfortable with. down load to pc the stuff u want, then move this to your windows media center plug mp3 to your pc. then open media center it will ask download to device or cd clik device and it will do the rwest
The songs are not in the right format for your player. I would use DRM-free Mp3 files only, which can be obtained from Limewire, Spiral Frog, or some other music service. Since the transfer did not fully complete, you may have to do additional troubleshooting on your device. Reset your mp3 player first to see if that resolves any lingering issues.
* You downloaded protected music on your Windows 98/98SE, Windows 2000, Windows XP computer using Windows Media Player 9. Music was purchased online or the music was ripped form your own audio CD with Copyright Protection turned ON. o You must use Windows XP and Windows Media Player 10 for online purchased songs. o You must turn OFF Copy Protection on your Windows Media Player 9 before ripping your audio CDs into WMA files * You downloaded protected music to your MP3 player using your Windows XP computer and Windows Media Player 10 with your player in USB mode. Music was downloaded from the internet, purchased or subscribed, or it was ripped from your own audio CD with Copyright protection turned ON. o You have to use your MW3836 in MTP mode.
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