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Mp3 player displays "no files"

I recently deleted all of the songs on my lexar mp3 player and added new ones. I can get them to play when connected by usb to my computer but when not connected the screen on the player reads "NO files". I know the disk is full and the songs are on there. What can I do to get them to play.

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  • Murielle Boule Jul 07, 2007

    I loaded the songs the last time from the same computer and had no trouble.

  • Murielle Boule Jul 07, 2007

    I checked the extension and the only thing I come up with are the letters .ra after the name of the song. I'm new at this and I'm not sure where to go from here.

  • Anonymous Nov 03, 2007

    My player displays INT: 0 MB andFREE: 0 MB in information menu. And i can't use it. When connected it with a computer, I/O error displayed. I tried it with many computers. All shows same error.

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It is likely that the files loaded are not true MP3, therefore the PC -which can cope with WAV and other formats will play them but the player that read only MP3 cannot. Are you sure the files loaded are truly MP3?

Posted on Jul 07, 2007

  • john ash
    john ash Jul 07, 2007

    Yes but where did the songs come from?
    Are they MP3?
    Check the extension [that is the 3 letters after the . in the name -- Name.xyz
    What does xyz say in the computer?
    Also right click on the name and click on properties it will tell you the file type.

  • john ash
    john ash Jul 08, 2007

    . ra -will not play on dedicated mp3 player
    down load DbPower MP3 converter and run them through that.
    ra is possible a CD track - to to convert using Db power you need the CD in the player and let the converter do the business

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