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Updating the firmware should be done for this type of error:
For PDF instruction you could download this by doing below:
1. Go to http://cobyusa.com
2. In the right side of the page type MP610 and hit Enter
3. Click MP610 Firmware Update for File Sys Error
4.Unzip file and read the procedure
If you have no time to download pls perform the ff:
File Sys Error
This is a system firmware update. This update will fix the "File Sys Error" message and restore
the MP3 player back to the factory settings. The firmware update file can be downloaded at
This procedure will delete all contents on the MP3 player. Please make sure that you
back up all your documents before proceeding with the firmware update.
To backup all contents on the MP3 player, simply connect the MP3 player to your
computer. The MP3 player will be listed under "MY Computer "as a removable disk.
Double-Click on the removable disk and copy and paste all the folders/files on your
Firmware Update Procedure
Do not have any USB Devices connected to the computer including the mp3 player.
- Download the firmware file from our web site. The file will automatically run itself once it is done downloading. The below screen will appear.
Do the Following:
1- Connect the MP3 player to your computer. It will show up in the number one box in the firmware update software.The windows explorer bar will also pop up when you connect the mp3 player to the computer. Simply close the explorer bar.
2- Once the MP3 player shows up on the number one box, click on the "Firmware Feature" icon to start the firmware update.
3- After the firmware update has been completed, you will receive a check mark in the firmware number one box.
Disconnect the mp3 player from the computer.
Close the firmware update software.
Turn the MP3 player on. If the mp3 player reads Coby, then the firmware update is successful.
Use Windows Media Player to transfer your music files in the mp3 player. This will restore the Artist, Albums..etc selections in the Music menu.
If you have a problem with this device, please read
the troubleshooting guide on the user manual or visit
us on the web at www.cobyusa.com for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). If these resources do not resolve the problem, please contact Technical Support.
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yes, try ripping the cd or dvd by placing in tray........open itunes and rip the track (s) you want...(itunes will convert the mp3 to mp4)....once all your track you want are done.......take the music file from the top of left hand side (make sure ipod is connected for this) and click hold and drag down to the ipod music folder (this will take a while depending on large the folder is) once you are finish never ever just unplug it you will lose your files EJECT from itunes............
You really should NOT try the "drag and drop" from a DVD - it'll end up making symbolic links ("aliases") to each of the files rather than copying them into the iTunes library. If you click on them in iTunes on your computer WHILE the DVD is mounted they'll probably play, since it can "find" the original files. But your iPod can't "play" them from your DVD, can it? So either COPY all the MP3 files onto your hard drive from the DVD and THEN drag them onto the iTunes "Music" library icon or, instead, in the File menu, select "Add to Library" and select them from there. Oh, and first delete all those dead links with the little grey "x" or question mark by the name in your iTunes music main window to make it easier to tell the new "good" ones you add afterwards (do this with DVD removed).
Hi there, the problem comes from the tags attached to your media files. You must tag your files with the appropriate cover art for them to appear correctly. There is an application available for free that can do this for you: http://www.mp3tag.de/en/download.html
Once you have installed it, run the program. In the program, click File/Change Directory Select the folder in which you've got your music files and it will open the folder up for analysis. Preferably, you should group your songs by album to make the process easier for you. You select the songs from the list( for multiple songs, hold Ctrl while selecting) and then click on Tag Sources/Amazon.com or any other present website and use the search engine to find the appropriate album for the songs. Note that you can not search for multiple albums at the same time. Tags can be done per album. Hope this helps, Regards
use windows media player and right click on the album and do find album info then that song and it should be there. from there on syn all your music files onto ur p2 then you should have good quality album art. : )
Your files should still be there, if you connect the m260 to your pc with the usb cable, you should see them in Windows explorer.
The worry with reconditioned devices that utilise flash memory is that sometimes the flash memory can be corrupted. You should fully format the m260 glash memory and try again. I think they only did a quick format for you in the shop which wasn't enough.
before you transfer your songs on to sonicstage select the files you want to be in the same folder and right click the go to propperties and details, in the album box whrite the name you want the folder to be and press ok .. then when you transfer them to sonic stage the tracks will be in one folder/ album