How do you convert your own music (itunes) to FP3 format?
We just bought the Fisher-Price FP3 player for our 4 year old. We have alot of songs already on Itunes but can't figure out how to convert the music over to fp3 format!! Does anyone know how and can help us?
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You could try upgrading to Win8 Pro and using Hyper-V to install a legal copy of XP 32-bit (if you can find one), then use the virtual copy of XP to connect to the FP3. (Windows 7 Pro and Ultimate offered Virtual PC with XP mode to get a copy of XP 32-bit without the expense of a licensed copy.) Otherwise, you need a computer with an older and 32-bit OS. However, 32-bit OS's are limited to a maximum of 3GB of memory.
For some reason it has become corrupt. You will have to reformat it. With the FP3 player connected using the usb cable, locate the FP3 player through the removable drives section on your computer. Then right click and select format. This will clean out/erase all files on your FP3 player. This should solve your problem.
The cobyt player is completely incompatible with iTunes. If you have songs that are in mp3 format, you can use Windows Media Player to transfer the songs to your Coby. If your songs are already in AAC (iTunes) format, you can use a free program like Media Monkey to convert UNprotected AAC files to mp3 format so that they will be usable with your Coby. Media Monkey is not capable of converting protected files.
I had the same problem and when I spoke to Fisher Price they had me format the player. Very quick and simple. Go to My computer, Right Click on the Drive the player is on and click on format. I did not have any songs in my computer yet so I don't know if you will have to redownload them after formatting. The player works great now and my daughter loves it.
FYI- Software is not comaptible with 64 bit computers.