Hello, a while ago I was using my mp3 player, and everything was
perfectly fine, then it just randomly shut down and
upon booting, I receive the message "1 mb free space required for
profiling". Which is awkward considering I had at least 200 MB free at the time. Somehow now it also won't properly stay connected through
USB. It makes it through for about a few seconds, barely enough time to
get to internal storage, then it disconnects. Rinse and repeat over and
Solutions I've tried:
Reset: Yes reset, I know it'll be suggested. Obviously, its the first
thing I tried. No luck. Yes with a non metallic object, a toothpick.
Firmware: I've downloaded the latest firmware. No-go.
Formats: Not an option. As I said earlier, it disconnects itself and
reconnects, there's not enough time for a format to initialize.
Freeing up space by deleting stuff: Same problem as above. Not enough time, deletes won't go through before it disconnects.
Allowing mp3 player to run out of power, and then seeing how things go:
In the process of trying this, I don't expect much luck though.
Any solutions much appreciated, or to the very least to solve the problem of its disconnecting and reconnecting through USB, with that solved I'd at least be able to free up space, or format, and what not.
If you go into the devices menu see if you can get to a different setting for connecting to the computer, for exampl, not a usb setting there is usally another to pick from, see if you have this option.
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easy: locate a local audio/video transfer place or videography studio that you can hand these off to. Request mp3 format on CD as the mode of delivery. Usually they have the equipment needed and it isn't very expensive. Some will even clean up the sound for you. Slightly more difficult: locate a hi-8 player, buy a $30 conversion cable that goes from the hi-8 camera or hi-8 deck to your computer (type of cable will depend on the type of camera you get and type of computer you have), download video editing software and capture the tapes. Once the files are in the computer you can export as mp3 and burn a disc.
VLC media player is a highly portable multimedia player supporting most audio and video formats (H.264, Ogg, DivX, MKV, TS, MPEG-2, mp3, MPEG-4, aac, ...) from files, physical media (DVDs, VCD, Audio-CD), TV capture cardsand many network streaming protocols. It can also convert media files, transcode and act as a streaming server over unicast or multicast and IPv4 orIPv6. It doesn't need any external codec, program or codec pack to work.
For more information please visit the website. If you still don't have the installer of VLC Media Player you can download it here. OpenVLC Media player then click on Media. On the drop down select Convert/Save
On the Open Media window click on Add
Locate then select the file that needs to be converted then click on open
Once the file has been added click on the dropdown arrow (lower part of the window) then select convert
Click on browse to select the destination on where the file will be saved.
Onthe Profile drop down select Audio - MP3 as the profile
Once the profile has been selected click on Start to begin the conversion process
Check the status bar to observe the conversion progress
Once finished you can now play the newly converted audio file in MP3 format. That's all folks . . .
What you have is all a matter of converting mp3 files so you can put it on your player. There are many programs that do this, I prefer a program called tunebite. In that specific program you simply drop the files you want converted in and then select the output file type at the top as .MP3. It will drop the files into a tunebite folder in "My Documents" unless otherwise selected. You can then drag those to your portable device.
If you want another program or cannot find a serial number I can help with both. SImply message me or email me.
you need an integrated amplifier like the ones used in stereo systems. The output of an mp3 players is at a level only sufficient for headphones and must be amplified alot to provide the current needed for large speakers.
if its having Extended memory cord you can exchchange it by way of
temperarly. and copy to your mp3 player .and rearrange to your original mp3 player.
try it some of model havn"t this feature.
all the best.
I've had this problem twice now and fixed it once. I'm in the process of fixing it again. Here's what you do, and this is a slow process so have some patience with it. Hook it to your computer then power it off. When you power it back on, with the cord still connecting it to the computer, hold down both the front buttons and the power button. You should now see it saying connecting. It will take a LONG time for your computer to recognize the device and give you access to it in My computer. Once it does, you can then remove the file system and replace it.