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While playing a song, press the Quick Options Menu button (small circle), you will see an option for "REPEAT", choose from:
No Repeat Play tracks in normal order and
One Play the current track repeatedly.
All Play all tracks repeatedly.
RandomAll Play all tracks in random order.
Dir Normal Repeat all tracks in the current
Dir Rep Repeat all tracks in all folders.
Dir Random Play folders in random order.
Get a song playing. Click menu and a menu, starting with Repeat will come up. Click play on Repeat and a new menu will come up. About two thirds the way down is Random. Click play on random AND Bob is your Uncle.
for the video issue, I've found that when I'm downloading something from youtube or something like that, if I save it as a .wmv file it will convert it, and for limewire the videos I download are all .avi and those can be converted as well. Hope this helps a bit :D
When you start it up it should be at the "Home" menu. If you press the "M" button once it will take you to another menu that gives you a fair amount of options. The first selection should be "Shuffle". Just press the play button and it should turn the "Shuffle" on. Hope this helps :)
If your Matsui is working suggest you leave well alone -- I've been looking for utilities (new firmware, reflash utility and firmware extractor) and it's all very confusing.
Apart from the ghastly menu system the only problem I've had with mine £8 ($16 used from a flea market) is that Win XP's data write-behind feature means that XP merrily suggests that file transfers are complete when the player is still digesting the files. If you interrupt this by mistake XP stops responding or complains that data has been lost.