Question about Dell DJ MP3 Player
I am having a problem transfering my music from the DJ back to the computer. Everytime I bring up the DJ Explorer in the place where it is supposed to display the files there is a little picture of a DJ and it says "Not connected" I do not know of any other way to transfer the files besides DJ Explorer and the unit is conected because it displays the songs in the Portable device manager. So does anyone know how to make DJ explored accept the DJ? Thanks
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OMG! Please help me too!!! My 10 year old neighbor cam over and told me she wanted more songs on her ipod nano, so i put some on there just like i do mine, but mine's just a regular ipod. (You know the one that's tall... idk what they're called. It's not a shuffle =] ) Anyways, i don't use itunes. i use realplayer. Which works fine for mine, and the first couple of songs i put on her nano, were fine. then i deisconnected it and checked if it was alright. The songs were there! So i plugged it back in and then put more, but then when i checked again, the menu said "No Music"... i'm freaking out! She started crying, and my dad told me i'd better fix it... which i think so to right?! So i plugged it back in and the songs showed up on the computer still, but the darn thing still says no music. No artists or anything. I tried reseting it, I'm out of ideas. I even did the Complilation thingy... nothing! And i went to ipod help and things on google, but that didn't help much. I need a ipod ****! lol Or someone who knows a heck of a lot more than me! Which that should be anybody! Please help me!
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
Yahoo jukebox was bought out by Rhapsody. I had the same problem and their only solution was for me to buy a Rhapsody subscription. I know this is not the solution you want to hear but that seems to be the only way to keep any music that was stored using the yahoo jukebox.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Originally Posted by
gb07 from another site
"The solution, was to uninstall Windows media player. The first uninstall only let it roll back to version 9(the original version on my computer; yours may be different.) Then I went into control panel and removed it from my windows media components. Then, I went to the folder c:programfiles/dell/digitaljukeboxdrivers. There is a program in there called drvunins. I started it, and it removed all drivers for my dell dj. I then made sure the dj was unplugged. Restarted the computer, then I then downloaded the latest dell firmware, v. 2.20.07.
FINALLY, after all that, it did in fact connect, and load the firmware successfully."
I can confirm this does work mine is now working perfectly!!
Posted on Jul 15, 2011
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