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Mp3 won't eject

My son has a new trutech mp3 player we are on a mac os x 10.4.9. We can put music on but when we try to eject it won't let us and when we disconnect it says no data but when we reconnect the music files are still there. Should I just return it and get him an ipod?

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  • mikorad Dec 19, 2008

    I have the same problem! I have a Mac 10.4, and every time I eject my son's Trutech MP3 player, it looks like it's ejecting, disappears off the desktop for a moment, but pops right back up. Please help  :(

  • mikorad Dec 28, 2008

    I don't have a problem with the files not being saved -- just not being able to eject the player in a normal fashion. I guess the good thing is, even though the MAC complains that the device was removed without proper ejection, the files seem to transfer alright.

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Sometimes you have files saved on your player, but they are a "type" that the player does not understand. You have to run most files throught your "media converter" in order for your player to actually plan them, and not only save them.

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