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On the VL-340 I can't change/add music because of a write-protect

I recently received a Visual Land VL-340, 1 GB MP3 player.

I plugged it into my computer, a newer model Windows XP, installed the disk to help with file conversions and the assistant program.

Then opening the MP3 folder, I found that I was unable to drag or paste music into it. I was also unable to modify or change the existing files on the MP3 player.

I received and error message when trying to preform these actions that prompted me by telling me that the Folder was Write-Protected.

I am unsure of how to remove this "write-protection" because after reading the manual twice, found nothing in it mentioning it. If anyone knows how to fix this problem I would be much thankful to find out the solution.

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  • samonoble Feb 11, 2009

    I also have the same problem. I cannot put MPEG3 files on the MP3 player. Also couldn't find any information to convert MPEG3 files to MP3 files. Can anyone help me?

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Use the sync option w/ yer Windows Media Player .. i just added 1.56G of music on my element gc-920/940..right click the music file (in WMP) and select "add to sync list"...then click button on the bottom of the list that says"Start Sync"...hope this helps

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I had the same problem. My wife discovered the battery was installed backwards. Turning it around solved the problem. I have no idea why the battery could effect the write protection!

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