Question about Laser MVP-1G MP3 Player
When I download the mp3 songs onto my mp4 player, it scrambles all the music. In an attempt to put it by artist, I abbreviated all the artists followed by a ' - ' (My Chemical Romance = MCR - , 30 Seconds to Mars = 30STM - ). It worked in the short term, it starts off with 30stm, but then it starts throwing random paramore, MCR and ATL songs in the mix. When it reaches a large MCR chunk, it'll throw 30STM songs inbetween 6 songs or so. How do I order it, and keep it ordered by artist name?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I have this nasty little player too, and it has caused a lot of grief including suddenly zapping all the files I'd put on it inluding the stuff that Laser pre-loaded into it. Be warned, this player is very prone to errors so it can't be relied on.
If it is under warranty you can take it back. Otherwise you will probably have to look at reformatting the player. Not a big job, but before you do this, copy everything off it onto your hard drive.
Reformat by connecting the player to your computer and finding it under My Computer. Right-click on it's name, and select 'Format'.
Format it in Fat32 which will probably be shown as the default in the Format window.
When it's finished you should be able to reload the player with a bit of music, then disconnect the player and test to see if all is ok.
Laser have a website if you google it, and a simple Faq. Writing to them about the problems with the player and seeking some solution brought no response for us. Good luck. When it's working you can forgive it the grief it causes.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
You should have received a data/charging cable with it.
Plug it in to a USB port on your computer.
The computer should recognize it as an external data device like a thumb drive, and you can copy music to it.
The computer may need a driver to tell it what it's looking at, and if one is required it is usually provided on a CD that came with the player.
Posted on Jan 27, 2011
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