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Re: system error prob.
The "File System Error" message is bad - it means that, rather than deleting just music files, you have accidentally deleted a key system file required for the Go Gear to operate properly. If you are still under warranty, call Philips and get a replacement GoGear, because they do not provide replacement files.
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You can't put video on it. It's a discman with mp3 capabilities. Meaning you can play shop purchased cds or play cdr discs with mp3 audio data files on. It sounds as though you are confusing mp3 with mp4. Mp4 is a video codec/file format.
The "File System Error" message is bad - it means that, rather than deleting just music files, you have accidentally deleted a key system file required for the Go Gear to operate properly. If you are still under warranty, call Philips and get a replacement GoGear, because they do not provide replacement files. -Tha Mp3 Doctor
The file not formatted message is not an error that a repair will fix.
The songs that you have loaded onto the player are in a format that the player does not support. Do yourself a favor, and only download files that rae in mp3 format - they will never give you problems, error messages, require long explanations, etc.
ok I figured it out. When u drag the songs or files to the mp3 player initially, they all go into the folder ROOT. What you need to do is delete a song or two and create a new folder. To do this, connect mp3 player to the computer, open the e:/ so that you can see the songs or files that you have put on there. Then click 0n file, go down to new and then click on folder. This will show a new one on the info of mp3 player. Then drag anything you have on the player to the new file. You can then add more songs, ect. Just keep transferring them to the new folder as you download. It fixed my problem because at first it would not let me have more than about 100 songs, now I have about 450. Hope this helps!!!
I fixed this error by right clicking on the internal storage withing the player, formatting. Then copy one song to the flash, and while it is still plugged up to the computer, double click on the song within the flash it'self as if to play it on the computer. Allow it to play a little and then disconnect the player from the computer. Play the song that you copied. Then you can re-attach the player to the computer and copy songs back on to it.
I have had a similiar problem. When I went and turned it on, the thing kept shutting off. Went to plug into computer and it wouldn't recognize. Here I found the problem. I was deleting some files from the player and I deleted the voice file. Which is what the player runs on. Do not ever delete the voice file... What I did was plug the unit into my computer. Clicked on the drive that it used to run off of. It then said I needed to format device. Went and did the format. Unfortunately it erases all the songs, so I had to redownload onto player, but now it is working properly and doesn't shut off and my computer recognizes drive.