I had this problem with mine. If your player has and your using the addition sd/mmc slot then it could mean that a song or two on the card has become corrupt. I took out the card and reformatted it. It solved the problem.
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Check if the battery is in good condition . I mean , if it's old [ more than one year ] , then i recommend you to replace it . Second suggestion : reset your media player . This can be very helpful . If you can't find any resetting button , then there must be a tiny pinhole somewhere in your media player . You need to stitch this pinhole with an appropriate tool while the player is on . If that didn't work , then shut your player off and keep pressing[ don't let go ] that tiny pinhole with the appropriate tool while turning your media player on . If all that didn't work , then i advice you to take it for repairing .
Renaming not needed...Copy the album onto the folder which you use to drag and drop music to the player and then drag it again
into the music folder which is a sub folder of the folder where you just copied the music to. This means you are copying from an area on the
player to another area. This will keep the track listing that you
originally have for the album and means no change is needed to mp3 tags.
Copy the album onto the internal media folder and then drag it again into the music folder. This means you are copying from an area on the player to another area. This will keep the track listing that you originally have for the album and means no change is needed to mp3 tags.
yu charge it erveryday, and yuve been using it everyday, so that means that it needs to charge, if it says connected tocomp and charging that means that it needs more electricity in its battery to keep, its battery running.
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off,hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.
The Opal has a reset hole on the back of the unit in which a toothpick (non metallic) can be inserted to reboot the player. If this does not work, I suggest that you reformat the player by using the WindowsTM format command on the unit. To reformat the memory
Right click on the device within the Explorer or My Computer window
Select the format command (full format) to reformat the internal memory of the device.
Dixer, do the following
Click on "My computer"
In the new window Right click on the player's icon .
This will erase your player's data (hope you don't have important stuff there) and allow to start from the top.
Let me know if this helped and please rank my advice.
P.s. if you want to keep your data try to copy it form the player to the computer before you format it. It might not work.