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Maybe this will help - error checking and defraging: If your mp3 shows up under My Computer when connected via a USB cable, right click on "'mp3 name', select 'Properties', under 'Tools', run 'Error Check' and 'Defrag'. If you can't find the defrag that way, put out the question of how to defrag your model.
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You can't sync the Memorex player to iTunes, however, you can copy music from your iTunes library for use on your Memorex. First you must convert the music you want to copy into .mp3 format since iTunes uses a different format (AAC) as its default. Follow the instructions below to change the import settings in iTunes:
1. Choose Edit> Preferences, click the General tab, then click Import Settings.
2. Choose MP3 Encoder from the Import Using pop-up menu.
Once that's done, go back to your library and highlight the songs you want to convert. Once they're highlighted, right-mouse click and you'll see an option for Create MP3 version. This will not effect iTunes ability to play the music and if you have an iPod, it will not be effected either. After the conversion is finished, I suggest draging the songs you want for your Memorex player to a folder on your desktop. These .mp3 files can be copied onto your player and will play just fine.
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FIrst ensure the converter options are set for:
1) Video type = "AVI"
2) Screen width and height = "128X128"
Convert the video.
Open WIndows Media Player with the device connected.
Drag the converted file into the sync list area
Click on the Start Sync button to transfer to your mp3 player.
Now the player should be able to play the video.