I have a Sylvania SMP1015 MP3 player. I plug it in and transfer files to it using Windows Media Player. It seems to work fine and I get no errors. All files (188) transfer. When I unplug the player from my computer The player only shows 55 files. I plug the player back into the computer and I am able to view the files (all 188) thru both the Windows Media Player and thru Explorer. I have also tried playing the files to insure that the missing files were not corupt or unplayable and all the files are good.
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Re: Audio files missing
The other files may not be compatible with your player.Try checking the extension of those 133 files that are not showing up in the player.Will wait for your comments.If they are of different format, then try converting all to the same format.Also sometimes the bit rate matters.Too high bit rate files dont play on mp3 players but do play on the pc.
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where di u store it ?
search using windows search....
give this comand in search string depending upon what file u saved at as
*.mp3(for mp3 file
*.wma(for windows media file)
*.rma(real media file)
I think that your pc needs the driver for your mp3. If you look around on the net, I'm sure you'll be able to download one.
If you've done this, like i usually sugest, do a reset, but only a soft-reset, so it just refreshes your mp3, and doesn't wipe the songs off.
I dont have this particular model, but i thought i'd give some general advice, as i've had similar problems on the past.
If the MP3 Player is like I think it is, you need the software installed to transfer the files to the player, because it has to give each song a specific "code" that the player is able to see. For the disc not installing look for the option to manually install the software (usually [Drive Letter]:setup.exe or something) in the user manual, and it "might" be a little more straightforward. However, I am not sure if all of the software is compatible with Vista :( Sorry
ya windows media player is definately compatible with it.
Does this MP3 Player have a format option from within the MP3 player? Many new MP3 players offer the option to format the MP3 player by going into the settings. Check the manual to find out how to do it.
If that doesn't work, check for a reset hole on the MP3 player. The manual should detail the procedure for reseting the MP3 player.