Am a new user, currently trying to load 1.8GB of music files onto my e250 and it will only allow limited files, l have 1.3GB free still. No matter what l have tried, with new Firmware, resetting, just won't and never has achieved full capacity.
Thanks for any assistance.
Have you tried reformatting it? You just plug the mp3 player into your computer and right click on the icon in the MY COMPUTER window, and click on FORMAT. It should come to a new window and click on start format.
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The usual limit is exactly 2GB, not 1GB.
It's a limitation of the file-system used for the directory of the disk-drive, when formatted according to the 'FAT32' specifications.
So, copy all the files currently on the Verbatim to your disk-drive.
Then, "reformat" the external (not the "internal") disk-drive, using the 'NTFS' file-system. This file-system has a maximum-file-size limitation for one file that is _much_ larger than the capacity of your Verbatim.
Then, copy all the "saved" files back onto the Verbatim.
Finally, copy your "large" files onto the Verbatim.
Yes, you can add more memory. The e250 has a slot for a microSD card, and those cards come in various sizes up to 2GB. You might see larger cards, but those are actually microSDHC cards and won't work in the e250.
You can load those cards up with music, as long as you put it into a folder named "MUSIC." Videos and photos must reside in the internal memory.
As to downloading an album, check the file names as well as the album and artist names embedded in the file. Since you didn't specify the computer and operating system, I can't tell you specific ways of doing that. On Windows, Media Player should show you that information, though.
There is a problem with these where putting files directly on the root folder of the drive only allows X amount of files. Open the Cruzer from My Computer and create a new folder. Try dropping the Word file into that new folder and all should be well.
Hope this helps. Look forward to hearing back from you soon!
The Sharper image 2gb player will only allow 131 entries in the root directory. Create a new folder, just like on your computer, and then add music files to that folder. I have not tested if there is a file limit in a new folder.
Just a guess, but I'm thinking the problem may lie in the format of the media. Try to format in FAT32. Also make sure that the full card is used ( don't do only 500mb or such ) FAT file system used to only allow a certain amount of space for
(F)ile (A)llocation (T)ables, and I think only a certain length of file names ( I'm thinking 8 character ), while FAT32 allows for 32 character file names, and allows for more FAT table information. I wouldn't ty NTFS if it does allow, as some portable devices do not read them, but fat and fat32 should be universal...
Only the Camera Manual will tell you the max capacity.
They do have their limits and you could a be wasting your money or even find the camera does not accept it.
Check the manual thoroughly and if still in doubt put the question to the Nikon Technical Support Team.