I use my card in an mp3 player...it was always working but now when i have like 70 files it tells me i have 71..so i took off everything on the card and on my computer it reads the card COMPLTELY EMPTY but on my mp3 it says there is 1 file and even if i try to play it..it says " 04 Err" pls help!!!!!!!!! :/
If you just want to wipe everything off the card, you can always just format it. Go into "My Computer," right-click on the drive in question, and choose "Format." Click the "Start" button at the bottom and wait for your computer to completely wipe and reformat your card.
Then just put your old music files back on the card and try it in your MP3 player again.
Keep in mind that some files are "hidden" when you look at them on your computer (unless you've chosen to "Show hidden files and folders"). These files are typically system-generated files used by your software to store temporary settings.
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Plug in your official Visual Land mp3 player to your PC with the included USB cable.
Locate your player on the PC by opening 'My Computer', it should show up as an extra drive. Open the player drive.
Locate the directory where the files you want on the player are located on your PC, and open that folder.
Click and hold on the desired file to transfer, and then "Drag" it over to the player's external drive folder, and unclick to 'drop' the file onto the player.
Your Visual Land Player may support synching with Windows Media Player, but it is not guaranteed. Your Visual Land Player however will NOT support other synching software such as iTunes, MusicMatch, or any other programs. Simply use the process above to put files on your
Unfortunately, you can't use a microSDHC card in the TH1101. The TH1101 was designed to work with microSD cards. The microSDHC is a newer standard; while those cards will fit into the slot, they will not function properly in microSD devices. You'll have to limit yourself to microSD cards 2GB and smaller.
The only way to get extra space for more songs when your 8gb Nano is full is to eliminate some of the songs/pictures/files,etc that is on the player.
There is no expansion SD card slot on the Nano.
You can eliminate some of the songs/pictures,etc. by the following method:
Hook up your mp3 player to your computer
Go to your desktop and double left click on "My Computer"
When it opens you will see listing that says "Devices with Removal Storage" your mp3 player should be listed there.
Right click on your mp3 player, and a window will open, right click on "Open" and now your files/songs should be visible.
Hold the left click down and drag it across all the files/songs that you do not want this will highlight the files/songs you do not want, release, right click and then click on "Delete"
Now you mp3 player should be clear of the files/songs you do not want.
Be careful and do not delete files needed to operate your MP3 player.
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The card will not add to the MP3's memory, it shows up as a removable disk on Windows Media Player version 11.
Otherwise, you can manually drag & drop files thru My Computer>Removable Disk (*).
FYI, the memory card will only support un-protected MP3 files, not Rhapsody or other subscription content. Also, you will need to free up some space on the player to allow some free space for the database to accommodate for the additional music.
When I was looking at this product, I contacted the manufacturer and they made it clear the unit worked best with a 512 mb or smaller card. The problem is not with Sandisk or the SD manufacturer, it is with the HA90.