Question about Audio Players & Recorders
File system error on spi digital audio player
Click menu and scroll to the setup screen and hit reset.
then go back to the music it will say file error then use the right button to browse to next song and you will see your songs. If however in the music you don't see any songs (number 1of 64 or whatever) then you have to reload your songs.
Next, if that does not work. Go to setup select format complete, (note this will reformat the player) then go to your computer (in explorer) and copy the music right to the music folder (only songs don't copy folders into the music folder on the device.)
then go back to setup, select reset and go back to music menu. You may still have a file error just hit the next button and there are your songs.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
perhaps you do not have the audio player for the music.ext you are downloading. Look at the file name. It should say something like music.mp3 or some other 3 letter extension. Make sure you have the proper application to run it.
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