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Files missing I can see files when Masscool device connected to computer but not when connected to TV. It had been working find until I added more files. Why?

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  • Jrafaelz Mar 06, 2009

    Tengo un disco IDE de 80GB Western Digital conectado Masscool MP-1368AS 3.5 Puedo ver los archivos de musica "40GB aproximadamente" cuando el dispositivo esta conectado al ordenador, pero cuando se conecta a la TV solo se ve una carpeta con pocas canciones. Se ha estado trabajando hasta encontrar he añadido más archivos. 
    ¿Por qué?



  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2009

    I have the same problem. I can see add/delete/see files when connected to my computer, but can not see files when connected to my tv



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Mines wont appear on anything but it shows signs of life?
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Copy the files from another computer, The same thing happened to me, and that solved the problem.
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  • jacinto wesly Sep 17, 2009

    The other solution is to format to Fat32. I used the easeus partition software. This solution has worked all the time, but you would have to go back to fat32

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System files are missing


How to recover system files on H10?1.4_4_2012_7_54_27_am.jpg2. LCD on H10 displays "USB Connected" and then double click "My computer".
3. Click right mouse on "H10" drive and select "Properties"
4_4_2012_7_55_46_am.gif4. Go to Tools -> Error checking -> Check Now -> Check "Automatically fix file system errors" and click start.
4_4_2012_7_56_53_am.gif5. It will take you around 1~2 minutes, 5 minutes at maximum.
4_4_2012_7_57_35_am.gif6. Go to "Tools -> Folder Options -> View" on Windows Explorer. Uncheck "Hide protected operating system files(recommended)". Click OK to save properties.
4_4_2012_7_58_37_am.gif4_4_2012_7_59_08_am.gif7. Double click on "H10 drive" and delete "System" folder.
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8. Open iriverplus and transfer music.

If your device was detecting by USB cable. Then update the firmware for this device:
1. Please open iriverplus3 and connect your device with USB cable.
2. After connecting your device, please follow the steps below to upgrade New Firmware
** Tools -> Portable Device -> Firmware Upgrade **
3. After upgrading the New Firmware, please check the firmware version before playing device.
** Setting -> Advanced -> System information **

Hope this will resolve the issue.

Regards
Nandu

Apr 04, 2012 | iRiver H10 MP3 Player

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Not enough space


You should have your Sansa player set to MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) when you are using it with any of the supported subscription (ie) iTunes, or Rhapsody music services. The main purpose of MTP is to transfer media files and associated metadata to/from devices, with optional additional support for reading and setting of device parameters such as special DRM-related device parameters for restricted content. Otherwise, you should set it to MSC (Mass Storage Class), which is the normal USB mode for storage devices like thumb drives, and camara SD memory cards.
See this tip posted here Tips on MP3 connection problems..
MTP stands for Media Transfer Protocol. It is a Microsoft standard and is Microsoft's solution to connecting MP3 players and cameras to a w*ndow based Computer. MTP mode must be used in order to transfer ANY Digital Rights Management (DRM) protected content. MP3's downloaded form services like Rhapsody and Napster will only function in this MTP mode. Things to do if you are getting not enough space mesage.
1. Turn device OFF. 2. Facing the hold switch slide it to the right so an orange color would show putting the device on Hold. 3. Connect the device to the PC.


If you added songs to the device in MSC mode, then you switched to MTP mode, you will not be able to see the songs added in MSC mode and vice versa, though the space used on the player will still reflect their presence. Switching modes should make the files show up. For example, switching back to MSC or MTP mode.
For older players - e200v1, c200v1, c100, m200 - the files become hidden files if the modes are switched. An easy workaround is to edit the folder options to show hidden files.
STEP 1 - Edit the folder options of the computer to show the hidden files
Windows XP: 1. Double-click My Computer. 2. Under the Tools menu, select Folder options, then click the View tab. 3. Under Hidden files and folders option, select Show hidden files and folders. 4. Uncheck the Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) check box. 5. Click Apply, then click OK.
Windows Vista: 1. Double-click Computer. 2. Click the Organize button on the upper left corner. 3. Click Folder and search options. 4. Click the View tab and select Show hidden files and folders. 5. Uncheck the Hide protected operating system files check box. 6. Click Apply, then click OK.

SOLUTION 2 - Perform a Check Disk.
STEP 1 - Switch to MSC mode 1. On your Sansa player, switch the USB mode to MSC. 2. Connect the Sansa player to the PC.
STEP 2 - Perform Check Disk 1. Locate the Sansa player under My Computer. 2. Right-click the removable drive associated with the Sansa player, and select Properties. 3. Click the Tools tab, and then click Check now. 4. Click to select the Automatically fix the file system errors and Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors check boxes. 5. Click Start.

SOLUTION 3 - Format the player in MSC mode or MTP mode.

Jan 16, 2011 | SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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Transfer media


A guide in how to transfer media for the RCA Opal M4001 see this manual in pdf format: manual for RCA Opal M4001

For more help on for this device see the support site:
support for RCA Opal M4001

When using Windows Media Player 11, a short description how to deal
with putting media on the device:

1. Have WMP11 always on top for "drag and drop" usage
Right click in the head of the WMP11 page:
in Tools > Options... > Player : select "Keep the player on top ..."

Restore Down the size of the WMP11 screen and adjust the size on the
edge(s) as you require for your screen.
2. in [Library] mode: under Playlists "Create Playlist" e.g. "My Playlist"
and Enter: "My Playlist" is added on the right screen side.
3. Open your data maps and ad files by drag and drop method
onto the right saying "Drag items here"
4. when ready adding files in [Library] mode: "Save Playlist"
5. in [Sync] mode drag e.g. "My Playlist" under the connected device
and "Start Sync": wait until al files have synchronized: a message
will show up when you can disconnect the player.

Note; convert video with the RCA video converter on the computer
before transferring it onto the player.
A download can be acquired with the next link:
download RCA video converter
1. download the execute file
2. install the converter by clicking on the execute file:
" rcasmvconverter_v1.6.2.0.exe "

Sep 12, 2009 | RCA OPAL M4001 MP3 Player

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Sansa m250 2GB can not see any files or play


I had a similar problem.
This is how I fixed Sansa m250 2GB
I have Windows XP, so if you have a different version of Windows you might have to do something else.
Connect the player to your computer.
From My Computer open the drive that says SANSA M250
If there is no folder called "audio" make a folder named that. (this is where your future mp3 files will be stored).
My audio folder was missing, so I had to do this.
Now go back to My Computer right click on the SANSA M250 drive scroll down the menu and open the folder that says "Open As Portable Media Device".
Now click on the icon that says "SANSA M250"
Now open the folder that says "FOUND.000".
If you are having the same problem that I did all your old mp3 files will show up with a file extension .CHK instead of mp3 and the names will be numbers. You can either erase all these & reload all your songs into the "audio" folder I mentioned previously or you can rename each file extension to a .MP3 instead of .CHK. (after you change them to .MP3 they will load on your mp3 player. But, remember if you do choose to rename them instead of erasing and reloading, when you want to permanently delete them you will have to access the "FOUND.000" folder again to do that.

Dec 07, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa m250 MP3 Player

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Added music, but can't listen


I experienced a similar problem caused by corrupt files saved on the internal memory of my e280.
(I could not delete/remove the files) I had to format the internal drive of the e280
and re-copy the files back on to the unit. Works great now. When formatting the device
use the command from windows. (ie right click on the internal memory icon and select format)

Note: Formatting will remove/delete all the files (eg music,photos..) from the e280 so make sure that
you have backups.

Cheers

Nov 30, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa E280 MP3 Player

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IRIVER H10 system files misssing


you can just go into the shop you bought it from or dicksmiths or something and they would sell the disc
as for your computer one just plug in your device then when you think it has loaded and everything go in to my computer and it should have your device there!

Oct 12, 2008 | iRiver H10 MP3 Player

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SYSTEM FILES MISSING


I had same problem. On this website I read that problem is due to hard drive malfunction. I have solved my problem by doing the following. Actually a friend of mine told me he solved similar problem with his iPod this way.
1- Per indication on this website (fixya) I put device next to my ear at the time I turn ON and screaky sound was present. In my case I could hear that sound.

2- on a solid table I put a piece of cloth
3- removed batery from H10 and installed back ON (I think this is called reset)
4-put iriver h10 on my hand with screen towards my palm
5-turn device ON and immediately slap it against table (with piece of cloth in between) at third attempt device boot normally.

I figure, device was dead why not try this. In my case it worked.

Now I am trying to synch my music. sometimes it sync sometimes it reports error but music is there.


Oct 11, 2008 | iRiver H10 MP3 Player

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ARCHOS Bluescreen of death


I have this same problem. I am able to get to a point where I can access my files on my computer. To do this, I connected my player to my computer. Then, I did a system recovery. To do this, turn the player on and press and hold the TV/LCD button immediately after the green light turns on until the screen turns white. This doesn't always work on the first try. If you let it go to the blue screen and then reboot it again, press and hold the TV/LCD button when the Archos logo comes on the screen. That seems to work for me. Pick the system recovery option. When I do this, the player says "connect your device to your PC and install an update file." At this time the computer recognizes the device and I can get to my files. That is as far as I can get right now. When I try to install an update file, I end up getting the message "update failed (code 207). And I have to restart the process all over again. I hope this makes sense. I'll let you know if I ever can get any further with this.

May 16, 2008 | Archos 605 WiFi Digital Media Player

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Thomson Lyra Jukebox pdp2860 av system files problem


go to this page, http://rcaaudiovideo.com/en-US/RD2780_Upgrade and follow the instructions, i had this same problem, and i fixed mine

Jul 23, 2007 | Thomson Lyra PDP2860 Digital Media Player

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WMP11: There are no files on this device.


the player was not desing to work with wpm.

Jun 22, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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