Question about GPX MW240 MP3 Player
Ok my mp3 was frozen and would only load to gpx screen so i try all these possible solutions and i hooked it up to the cpu it started to work when i looked in the files i had no music so i added a song just in case to see if it would work which it did but my songs are all scrambled up and won't play as i start to flip through it will say error? please somebody help me out?!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On windows XP pull up windows explorer go to my computer and look for your mp3, towards to bottom of the list. click on the + next to the name, then click audio,music and the album name for the song you want, right click on the song, then delete.I just tried it on mine and it worked. I haven't tried windows 2000 yet. Hope this works for you
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
With the mp3 player connected go to start and open computer drag icon for the gpx audio player so that it is a shortcut icon on your computer then double click on the gpx icon go to audio player and click on the icon for music or albums and right click to delete if no icons for music and and albums appear right click the audio player and format it a couple of times then x out and when you go back on the short cut icon for the gpx when you click on the audio player the icon for music and albums should appear. it took me 2 hours to figure out how to mget the songs of this stupid mp3
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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