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Go back and play the original media you were trying to play and see if you can now!

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I would lke todown load a users manual for mynew screenplay mx2 hd media player s/nBBA1370FC1 MODEL 31971400 SPDHDMX2

The first link is the HTML version of it. This means it's not so much of a download as it will just show you the manual in your web browser. The second link is for the download, however, it is buried in a long list and you'll have to scroll down until you see it (it's a little below halfway down the page):
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I can not load music

Plug in your MP3 player.
Wait for your system to load drivers and notify you your device is ready to use.
Use Windows Media Player to sync your files with the player. Windows Media Player is easy to use and easy to learn. It's very intutive.


Copy your files to the player using Windows Explorer. (This is more difficult than using Media Player.)

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Can I connect my laptop to my 51swx20b and watch hulu or dvds?

If your laptop has an S-Video output you should be able to connect your TV with the S-Video input (F connector) in the rear. You should be able to watch dvd and hulu if you have a good graphic card. But if you are looking to have something more permanent, I would recommend you a network-ready HD media player, like for example the Western Digital USB 2.0 WD TV Live Network-Ready HD Media Player. I have one of those and I can see HD movies that I download and put on my Usb, or I can see any media (videos, photos, music) that I have on any hard disk in the network. (Because the media player is connected to my router) The media player can work wireless if you install and additional wireless adapter. If your media player is Hulu-ready, you will see it immediately. The WD TV Live only has Youtube integrated. In my house, I converted my laptop in a Media Server with PlayOn and I can stream Hulu, CBC, CNN, etc. to my WD media player (in my case, wireless, but I want to connect them directly) and then to my TV (using a hdmi cable, you can also use a composite cable) It is about $230 in components: Media player ? around $130 Compatible wireless adapter ? 40$ (optional) PlayOn ? 40$ Cables and others ? 20$

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My Zune 30gb sounds like an old floppy disk is trying to load? It makes this noise for a few minutes and then goes to error 5.

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Ihave very little knolage & no instruction manual.

The most common way is to use Windows Media Player. Open WMP and click on the "Sync" button in the upper right. You will then be prompted to connect a media device (=mp3 player etc.) if its not already plugged in, and it will say how much free memory is available. Then you go to your songs and select by left-clicking and them over to the space on the right. To select multiple songs, hold down Ctrl key and continue left-clicking songs. When ready to load them into the player, click on the button on the bottom right. Hope this helps!

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Use the Sansa Recovery Tool on the Sandisk website

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"uh oh"

this sounds like 3 problems
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There isn't more to it- you fried it by using the wrong voltage.

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Music will not play on my sansa shaker

Did you copy your own CD's to the computer? The default settings for Windows Media Player "RIP Music" are to rip as WMA format. The music needs to be in mp3 format. Change your settings in Windows Media Player. Tools>Options>RIP Settings. Select mp3, under the drop down menu. Best of Luck.

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