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Re: error message COOD11BC
The mp3 file has play and transfer rights, but not burn rights. Search for keyword - "DRM Management" or "burn rights" for further details on this problem. It is not legal to convert the file that is giving you the problem, but you could pay for either a DRM stripper or a Mp3 conversion tool that will convert the file to Mp3 Format. I would bet dollars to donuts that the music file that your friend gave you is not in true mp3 format (probably wma, wav, or aac).
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Did you transfer MP3 files, i.e files with a .mp3 extension after the name, e.g. StarSpangledBanner.mp3 ? From the error messages you are getting, it looks to me that the files you transferred are not MP3 files. For example, when you press Play, one or more files are highlighted and the player tries to play the first (or the only one) highlighted, but it can't because it is in a format that is not supported, i.e. not MP3. When you click Music, the player starts looking for all the MP3 files that you have on the player or on an external memory card. It cannot find any, hence the 'empty disv/card' error message.
You plug it in then go on to the internet and download Tune4mac ALSO FOR PC then once downloaded you open itunes and add all the songs you want on it then go to file then library then burn play list to disk then change blank cd to tune4mac then weight till done then just drag to mp300 mp3 player and done
Go to Philips website
Get the updated Philips Device Manager for your model (rather than the one that came with the CD)
Once you have installed the updated Philips Device Manager, open it, and click on the Update button - it will update your player's firmware, which should resolve your issue.
If you are, instead, getting a message that says "File System Error" - return your mp3 player to the store or call Philips and see if you can get an in-warranty replacement.