Question about Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player
Low and brandon - you have two completely different problems.
lowgasm - IF you used Windows Explorer to delete the songs, you may have deleted the music DB file along with it - attempt a Repair in Philips Device Manager and see if it will sync after you are done. If Repair fails, that player is toast - get an in-warranty replacement from Philips.
The songs that you are playing are either in AAC (iTunes) format - which is not supported by the player - or they are DRM-encrypted. If you really do have an SA6045, the player can definitely handle DRM encrypted-WMA's. If you have a newer Philips - different model # - then the player may not support DRM-encrypted files. The best thing to do is to download songs (or convert songs from CD as the other helper suggested) that are in pure mp3 format. Examples of services that do this are Rhapsody's Mp3-only Subscription (other Rhapsody subscriptions are DRM-encrypted, which will not work); or Limewire (make sure the format you are downloading is mp3 and not something else).
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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