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This could be the player's connection mode in combination with your synchronization software. If you are using Windows Media Player or Philips Songbird to sync, the player will need to be set for MTP connection mode. Most other software that works with regular flash drives will need the player set for MSC connection mode. Whatever you are using, simply try the other mode.
To change the connection mode, select "PC connection preference" in the Settings menu of the player.
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The bit rate and sampling rate that you set for the mp3 format was possibly wrong. Since the 4GB player obviously isn't an HDD6330, I can't tell you what those rates are, but they are on the spec sheet that came with the player in tiny writing (or in the back of the manual sometimes - 50/50 with Philips). Go back into the Rip options in Windows Media Player and set the bit rate to 128. Once ripped, select the Properties for one of the song and find out the sampling rate. If the sampling rate is wrong, you can use a free program called Media Monkey to convert them to the right rate.
Another possibility: the songs that you initially converted were in CDA format. When you went to resync the songs that had been changed to mp3 format, the Philips read them as "already on the player" and ignored the format changes. Delete all the songs off the Philips and resync the songs that are in mp3 format. Good luck!
locate music into windows media player 10, connect player to PC, drag and drop.
Download from the supplied cd, Philips device manager, wmp 10 should also be on the disc.
PS it does not like Windows Vista
You need to use Musicmatch Jukebox. This player also needs Windows XP and Windows Media Player 10 to work.
It is not compatible with Windows Media Player 11. If you have version 11 you will need to uninstall 11 to roll back to 10.
You probably need to update the firmware of the player to version 2.9, which you can get off the philips website. This is the page for the player which has the firmware and updated musicmatch software they want you to use. Not sure if it will work with Yahoo.
Connect your HDD/GoGear to the power supply with the AC/DC adapter, do a soft reset by pressing and holding the and the volume + keys at the same time for a couple of seconds, then switch on the Jukebox with the button normally.