Question about Vtech Audio Players & Recorders
I have a 2gb Zepo MP4 player and it keeps saying Empty Disk! whenever I try to play my music. I know my music is on there because I checked the memory status and it says the memory is 62% full. AND when I hook it up to my computer it will play my music through Windows Media Player. I'm not even sure what happened to it. It played perfectly for a couple of weeks. Then, I unplugged it from charging on the computer one day and it wouldn't play. Again, I turn it on, I click on Music, and it says Empty Disk! What does that even mean?!?! It's not empty!! Please Help!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sandisk sansa e200
I had this same problem on my sansa and tryed the previous solution with no luck. Out of frustration i email the sansa technical support. Try these steps to format the player: -Turn on the player and access MENU > SETTINGS > USB > MSC - Once the player is set to MSC mode, reconnect it to the computer and open the My Computer window. - Once you see the Sansa icon in the My Computer window, right-click it and choose FORMAT - In the Format window, choose FAT 32 and make sure that Quick Format is NOT selected, then choose START -Once the format has completed, disconnect the player from the computer to allow it to refresh. If you plan on using Windows Media Player to transfer files, return to the USB menu and set the player to MTP mode. Otherwise, leave the player in MSC mode and you can now resume transferring files. Formatting your player will deleate all files but you can putt them back on!!! Best of luck!
Posted on May 09, 2007
i think you should format your mp3 player to Fat32!! that is the best solution, NTFS doesn't support both mp3 & mp4 players
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
I'm having the same problem. I know my files are on my mp4 because it says there is only 2% disk space left...i have a Mp4 Digital Audio/video player with built in speakers...it was working fine but i think i may have acidentially deleted something i shouldnt have and i have no idea how to fix it. It also says empty disk when i go to play a song....but i know they are there.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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