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Re: put pictures on my MP610-2G
That would be a mp3 format. and do you have a data cable for it? if so plug it in and the computer should automatically recognize it then go to my computer and then it should show the device their click on the device and their will be a series of folders you want the one that says audio click that and minimize the folder and then drag any songs or sounds into this folder then that's it.
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Sounds like to me you got yourself in a bit of trouble, but luckily I maybe able to help you out ;)
Connect your mp3 player to your computer. Go to My Computer and look for the mp3 player, it should show up as a removable disk. Next, right click on the removable disk and select explore. This should open a folder containing the contents of your mp3 player. You will see folders labeled music, images, videos, ect.... Find the images you want to delete, which should be in the folder images. Click on the image(s) and right click it, then select delete.
The player only supports .jpg extension files. Picture files must be put in the "Media" folder (if Windows Media Player 10TM is installed) or "Internal Storage" folder (if Windows Media Player 11TM is installed).
if this is the slick stick portable MP3 player that looks like a flash drive and has a blue backlit monochrome LCD display thay your talking about then you cannot put videos on it as far as I know but ive seen this little player on a few websites and it says you can put JPEG pictures on it and supposedly display them but i doubt you can, i mean in what a 100x20 pixel screen then no jpegs will look grainy, as for the guest that posted on june 25th you can get mp3s from many different places like limewire and rhapsody mp3 store i think this player can play DRM WMA files too and you just plug this little player into your USB port and then drag and drop your tunes its that easy, this player shows up in windows as a removable drive
put mp3 player up to your pc,wait for the icon found new item,and is now connected,go to my computer,open it up,you'll find a g drive in there,explore,then look for picture files,right click,look for properties,open,and see if it gives you a drive.if so,update driver.if you still have problems please get back to me.