Iam a newbie and need help. The space on my hardrive has almost been used up with my grandkids dowloading songs to their ipods.
How do i clean this music off my hardrive on my computer?
I operate Windows 2000xp, Explorer 7 installed on my desktop computer.
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Re: need to clean up space on hardrive
The music is probably stored in a folder or a couple of folders specified by your grandkids. You can check in the "my music" folder located in the "my documents" folder which is the default location for music files.
Another way is to search for files with the extension .mp3. the way to do so is click on start / search ad the type the file name to serch for as *.mp3 . then delete the files
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check the memory free space from menu -- tools -- file manager and look for your memory status, if the music files are there, go to your music player, choose options -- refresh library for those new music files be added on the playlist.
I had the same problem. After some reasarch I found out that even if you erase a song the data is still on the recorder in "hidden files".
What you have to do is download the WAV manager software from Fostex.com, then copy all your files to your PC, reformat the hardrive on the Fostex, and copy the song files back on to the Fostex form your PC.
I know it's a pain in the ****, but I guess that's one reason this thing was so inexpensive. I still am very happy with mine, but after 3 years of constant use in my case, some type of maintenence can be expected to happen.
make sure you have the right codecs installed for the video or songs you are trying to play, dowload a codec pack and make sure you clean your registry out with a registry cleaning program it does that sometimes when you dont clean it or it could be something else try those
click on the start button and then click run and type %temp% and you will get the folder and please delete all files inside that folder..
click on start->allprograms->accessories->system tools->diskcleanup
please follow the above steps it will solve your issue
You may wish to first verify that you have indeed erased those songs (by choosing 'erase' in the 'song' menu - see page 18 in your manual) and not simply cleared out the fat partition. You cannot erase songs on the DP-01 from your computer, you can only do this in the DP-01 menus.
If you erase all the songs from a disk partitian the DP-01 is supposed to automatically create a new blank song. So the partition or the hard disk could have become corrupt because you say you aren't seeing any song there.
If you haven't already, you could try selecting another partition to be the active one (press 'menu', select the 'disk' menu, choose 'partition' and press the > arrow key. Move the arrow symbol to the partition you want to make active and press enter - see page 36 in the manual) to see if another partition works any better.
If the newly selected partition does work, but the original one didn't you might have to reformat the old partition. Re-select it as above, and follow the instructions to reformat a partition on page 37 in the manual).
If the newly selected partition doesn't work either, then your hard disk might be corrupted. At this point you could try a disk reformat (page 36 of the manual) during which you'll have to set the partition sizes. The disk format instrcution of page 36 will walk you through that too,
Hopefully it's just something simple and you won't have to get into formatting anything.
IF U WANT TO ADD THE SONGS TURN ON UR BLUE TOOTH .......... ASK UR FRIENDS TO SEND THE SONGS VIA BLUE TOOTH ..... AUTHENTICATION WILL BE ON UR SCREEN .. ACCEPT IT .. SONG WILL BE DOWNLOADED ...SAVE IN THE MEMORY ALWAYS .... BECAUSE MOTOROCKR WE DONT HAVE A LOT OF SPACE IN PHONE ...
I. AND IF U WANT TO SEND THE SONGS AND VIDEOS TO TRANSFER ... ASK UR FRIEND TO TURN ON THE BLUE TOOTH .......... SELECT A SONG AND CLICK ON THE LEFT SIDE BOTTOM ICON.. WHERE U LL FIND THE SEND OPTION >> CLICK ON IT AND SEND IT VIA BLUE TOOTH
PURCHASED MOTOROCKR RECENTLY
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With the given minimal amount of information, the following could resolve the existing lack of hardrive space.
FOR PC (Not for Mac)
1. DISK CLEANUP:
a. Open Windows Explorer
b. Right mouse click on the drive D
c. on the popup menu, click on "Properties"
d. a new window will popup, on the tabs is called "General"
e. on the "General" tab click on the "Disk Cleanup" Button
f. Follow directions and delete the files that Windows tells you to delete (Disclaimer: Since I can not see the files, I can not say if you will need tem or not; HOWEVER, for the last nine years, I have never seen this procedure delete any files necessary for the computers operation.
2. Alternatively, you can install another hardrive to have more hardrive space and so you would not have to deal with the 8 cds issue or lack of space.