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MPC895 won't play files

After downloading mp3 files onto my Coby MPC895 I can't play anything! It only displays a 'no file' message. I am positive the files are on the player. What should I do?

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  • Anonymous Feb 15, 2008

    After downloading mp3 files onto my Coby MPC895 I can't play anything! It only displays a 'no file' message. I am positive the files are on the player. What should I do?

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I had the same problem and solved it by: formatting the Coby MP3 player (again) in Windows Media; creating a new playlist in the window that appears at the left of the screen; synching the new playlist to the Coby; and when the player was 100% synched I left the Coby in my PC until I shut it down completely. Only when I saw that my PC was shut down, did I remove the Coby and it worked fine.

Posted on Nov 26, 2007

  • franktro Nov 26, 2007

    Minor mistake in my reply to kajetan: The new playlist window appears at the RIGHT side of the screen.

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