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GFM DMF600-AC I have no files on the mp3 accept the device system. I only have about 300mb available when it is actually 1gig. Is there a way to get the memory back?

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Does the device connect to the computer? If so Right click on the device in My Computer and select Format. Best of Luck.

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How do I get coby media manager back?


For the MP610, to get Coby Media Manager back, goto:
1) in internet explorer
2) select Support in the page top
3) select Coby Media Manager Fix for MP822:
The fix is the complete program actually, for installation of
Coby Media Manager.
Read the page: select and install the matching file for your operating system.

Run Coby Media Manager
In the page top select Tools > Device Manager...
Select the MP-610 (AC) or (AL) version from the devices list
Add >>
OK to setup your device

AC and AL version works with different video files

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How many songs can it hold


In regards to your question it is actually easier to look at the play time of the song because the long the bigger the file will be.

So your standard MP3 is recorded at 128kbps which is CD quailty. At this bit rate every 64mb of space will equal an hour of playback.

So if you have a device that has 512mb of space you 8 hours of playback and for ever 1gig of space you get 16 hours of playback.

However just to let you know on average 1gig of space usually will have 400 to 500 songs again dependiing if you have alot of longs songs and if you encoded the files at a higher bit rate.

Let me know if you have any more questions


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AMT MP3 player not playing

well, as for your memory problem, 300MB can be used by the operating system of the device.

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Cant put videos on mp3

It may be that your mp3 has specific file formats that it accepts for videos, which is most common - in which case you will have to covert or compress any standard format video into an acceptable video.

Your vidoes may be too big in actual screen size or your slick mp3 player doesn't accept videos.

You may also need the software compatible with your mp3 player in order to download video's successfully. You will need to download or install the software for your mp3 player which will make it easier to upload vdieo's. You may be able to do this via the manufacturers site, or prompted to do this when adding the device to your computer.

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Mp3 not playing music in device

check your file type that you are putting into the mp3 player. This is a common mistake. Most accept MP3 but not other file types such as WMA from windows media player or AAC from Itunes. If all that is good then check where on the mp3's file system the files went using my computer. If they arent in the right folders than they might not show up

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I bought iTunes card, bought the songs i wanted, but it wont work

Your CD Drive may be just a CD/DVD reader Drive may not be able to burn onto CD/DVD,s my dads laptop cant, he gets same error when he trys, so he had to use a different cd/dvd burner on a desktop.

If you have a desktop or laptop and you are 100% sure it can burn to CD/DVD,s then i reccomend you get a program called "ULTRA ISO" it is shareware but allows burning up to 300mb per cd for free before it asks you to pay so as long as you keep cd files below a total of 300mb you,d never have to pay. if its actually ITUNES which is reporting the error then your CD/DVD drive may require its own software before itunes will reconise it as CD/DVD burner drive. windows media player can report this type of error also.

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Not enough free space

sounds like you are connecting your Archos to either a Mac or a Linux box. When you place items in trash they're actually placed in a hidden .trash folder on the Archos's internal drive and so still take up space.
Start by reconnecting the device to your computer and when it appears on your desktop try emptying your trash can/recycle bin, this will empty all .trash folders including the one on the Archos.
If you're using a Mac you may also want to use a 'clean eject' app such as FinderCleaner to remove all the Apple system files from your Archos. Don't worry the only effect this has is to slow reconnection down by 1 or 2 seconds but it helps prevent problems like this and prevent the device from getting confused by Apple system files.

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System file missing

This means your MP3 device needs a new firmware. What you need to do is look for a new firmware for your MP3 device, and manually upgrade it. This will allow your iRiver to accept the attempted download you made.

don't panic!


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Where did all the memory go?

try running Windows scandisk and then defrag on the Sandisk player.

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