I don't know exactly what the problem is, but my Panasonic SV-MP020 MP3 Player tells me that i am "Over Limit" when i turn it on.I would understand it, but i still have memory, according to my computer. Whats wrong with it and how do i fix it?
Maximum number of files is 999 regardles of how many songs you have. maximum number of folders is 99. maximum number of sub folders is 5 per root folder. delete any excess or format the player from the player menu ( mode-set-delete or mode-set-system-format ) not through the computer. you will lose all your songs if you format the player.
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Don't worry about it, simply go plug in your mp3 player to the computer and sign in to Rhapsody. Go to your play list and the songs should be there. Unplug your MP3 player and it should work. You have to do this because the warrant or license on your songs is up and you have to plug in your mp3 player to renew that license to keep listening to it. Hope this helps! It worked for me!
Make sure the usb jack is all the way in the player. Mine had a couple of mm of metal showing and felt like it was in, the display lit up, said 'wait' and then 'goodbye' :-(. Only later did I realise the jack still could be pushed fully in a bit further, and then *bingo*, a working mp3 player
Try resetting the mp3 player. You can do this by sliding the hold button over and then turning it on. While on it should say hold. Then you push mode (-)(+)(-)(+)Mode(+)Mode(+) Granted, that will deleted all the songs you have on there so make sure you have them backed up somewhere you can place them back on there.
should have at least windows 2000 sp4 or xp sp1 as operating system. plug into usb port on computer while computer is turned on. computer should recognize and install it as mass storage usb device and assign it a drive letter. sometimes xp will recognize it as a panasonic mtp device. this doesn't matter, you can still drag and drop files on it through windows explorer file manager.
format the player from the player ( set-system menu) not from the computer. pull the battery from the player and leave it out for 15 minutes.
reboot your computer. put the battery back in the player.
plug it into the usb port on the computer. worked for me
Sounds like you have bought protected music that will only play on your computer. There are a couple of companies that do this with the music that you buy from them.
goto the music file that you are trying to upload to your MP3 player, right click on it, and choose "properties".
at the top, there are 3 tabs, you'll only want to pay attention to "summary"
look down in the "origin" category...is it protected? If it is, then this is why your MP3 player isn't playing it. It will only play on your PC.