I've tried to delete some of my music on my mp3 player, it just won't!!! everytime i try to delete them, my computer says that they have been deleted but once i disconnect the mp3 player from my computer and start up the player is says that they are still there!! i'm getting very frustrated at it and have no clue what is wrong, please someone help me thank you!!!
When you go to sinc songs go to sinc and find mp3player and it should say shuffle and click it and it deletes the songs. I need to know why my mp3 player will download songs but will play the same song over and over of all the songs i downloaded. And it won't play it just stays on pause. someone help me thanks!!!!!
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MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format.
You need to convert your CDs to mp3 music files onto yourcomputer or download them from the Internet and then copy them to your MP3player. 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 music files to mp3 file format:-
What you should try is backing up your unit, if there are songs from any other source on your player other than the one main computer you use.
Determine whether the entire load is less than 2 GB and if so, then reformat your MP3 player to make use of space from songs which, though deleted from your player, (such deletions only decapitate the file header) still may occupy significant disk space which is at a premium on your player.
Totally reinstall your player and then load your music onto same, leaving some headroom (some portion of 2 GB i.e. 100 to 500 MB) on your player to allow for streaming of your music, which will enhance your enjoyment of same.
it sounds like media player updates (syncs) your mp3 player when it is connected to the computer. If you had music on the mp3 player that you removed from the computer then it makes sense that when updating the mp3 player it will remove it from there also. Try leaving music on media player that you want to sync with your mp3 player and try resyncing it, hopefully this will help
The music that is on any mp3 player is a copy of what you have stored in the library of your computer music software so if you want to delete a song from your mp3 player you have to delete it on the computer then syncronise. This is the same if you want new music, you have to add to your library first. You cannot delete music using any of the controls on the actual mp3 player.