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Coverting tracks to wav

I have just bought a durabrand mp3 player and can only fit 4 tracks before the memory is full. how do i compress the tracks to give me the maximum listening time.

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If your musics files are in WMA format try converting in to mp3. Also there are software available in the net that can compress mp3's

Posted on Oct 24, 2007

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Deleting tracks off 4gb sa2640 gogear


The files are not deleted from the device but moved to the recycle bin. To completely remove the files from the MP3 player, use the following procedure:
1. Open Windows Explorer by double clicking the My Computer icon on your desktop.
2. Click on the Tools menu and select Folder Options.
3. Select the Tab View and check to select the Show hidden Files and Folders option.
4. Navigate to the device. A folder called recycle bin is available. Completely remove this folder from the device.Once the recycle bin folder is removed, the files are completely removed from the device and the free space is available.

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Filled my mp3 player to nearly full, so that not one more song would fit on it, and then i must have accidently pressed the record button. Now when i switch the MP3 player on it says "MEMORY IS FULL,...


since the memory of your mp3 is full, dnt try to record or put any song on it. Except if there's a memory card space for it then you can upgrade and continue to load songs. If u still see memory full warning at start up, then try to delete some songs from it. Goodluck.

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Mp3 player cannot copy audio files though i transfer it to mp3 format. the message display file or directory cannot be created.pls suggest solution


check if the memory is full or the file is too big to fit in. You might need to clear some files out. Be sure that your device is properly detected by your computer and you can access the files of your player. pls give feedback

Aug 19, 2009 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Need a manual or instructions how to operate it


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experimental status
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ZEN mozaic player 2 GB
firmware 1.03
ZEN attached to USB 2.0
Windows XP SP2
Message "do not disconnect"
ZEN is not being recognized
Check ZEN memory setting
Memory ZEN is set to 0 in MENU>Etras>removable disk
Memory ZEN should be changed to maximum 1.5 GB
ZEN is recognized now
ZEN is ready to do the format command
ZEN can be written to for a maximum of 0.5 GB [internal memory !]
ALERT ! This 0.5 GB is the internal memory
The files written to the internal memory will be erased after
disconnecting !
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access status
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NO ACCES TO MY ZEN ?
1) Get access to ZEN by setting disk memory to maximum
in MENU>Etras>removable disk
2) ZEN should be recognized now
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format status
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1) FORMAT the disk
After formatting !
SET BACK YOUR disk memory capacity to zero [ 0 ]
for fully recovering the disk capacity
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files presence status
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FILES NOT PRESENT AFTER DISCONNECTING ?
SET BACK YOUR disk memory capacity to zero [ 0 ]
- When set to zero you can use the full memory for
writing files to the player !
- When keeping the memory set to maximum you're using
the internal memory and written files are not saved
after disconnecting
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updating + files presence status
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UPDATING FIRMWARE ZEN MOZAIC = MAKING STANDARD MAPS
1) download the firmware that is suited for your computer
Operating System and your type of player from "CREATIVE"
2) Connect player to USB 2.0
and update with the firmware-update
3) Wait until the update is fully completed
4) After the update disconnect the player
5) Connect to USB 2.0 again
6) Check for the presence of the STANDARD MAPS for Music,
Pictures and Video
7) Files can be written into the STANDARD MAPS
8) Written files should be present after disconnecting
9) Files ready for mobile playing on ZEN mozaic now
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CREATIVE support site for fimware / software / userguide
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SUPPORT FOR ZEN MOZAIC ON THE INTERNET
http://support.creative.com/Products/ProductDetails.aspx?catID=213&CatName=MP3+Players&subCatID=214&subCatName=ZEN&prodID=17897&prodName=ZEN+Mozaic

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I can't download music on my Coby mp605 without the disc


Your best bet is to buy tracks that are in mp3 format directly, since DRM-protected WMA's will give you problems eventually (even though the mp3 files are more expensive).

Once you have downloaded them, you can use the program called Windows Media Player to transfer songs to your Coby.

A full user manual for your model is available on Coby's website.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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I have a Philips GoGear Sa1942 model which gives the song capacity as up to 900 tracks. I transfer albums via my media player which then go into "my music" file, I then highlight the album or tracks and...


Hi FixYa.My Guru Dili sugested I use software to convert the wav format ,which he said was taking up to much disc space .On converting the wav format to MP3 I have found that the conversion did not reduce the MB sum considerably less than the wav format .However I have tried reducing the rip speed on my media player but I have yet to compare the output quality of the sound at the reduced rip speed on my MP3 player .So for Windows XP,- media player,- rip options, then alter the scale down to a lower scale reading . Si.

Jan 30, 2009 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Disk full requires 50mb free space


The player reports that it is full.

You have filled the capacity of the internal
memory of the player.

You have exceeded the maximum number of
items that this player supports. Your player can
only support up to 2000 media files within eight
hierarchy of folder in maximum
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Can't copy songs on to SD 2 gig Card in Sansa e250


the card shows up as a separate drive letter, remember that
when the card is in the player, look for the second drive letter in My Computer and add the songs to it not the first; yes the card will show up in your library on the player only after you have unplugged it and restarted the player.

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Erroneous memory full message


ok try formating or run a scan with your north anty-virus.

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