Question about Samsung YP-T7X MP3 Player
When I want to copy a certain song from my PC to the MP3, it says "Cannot copy [song-name]: The drive cannot find the sector requested." but when I try to copy another song from the same folder in the same PC, it could be copied. Is it a problem with the mp3, the usb port or the song itself? sameee .. its not that i didnt have space , it just didnt go . i tried deleting a song , and then putting it in , and it worked . after , i just put the song i deleted back in :P and it worked ;)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well, probably the problem is with not enough FREE SPACE. While it shows you a certain ammount of free space, actually its less, after you delete some files, you free space up, then you're able to copy.. had the same problem, I think that's the reason..
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
Main thing that worked for me - I have a W880i - I deleted a few files from my phone card and viola :-) jus like the above it worked.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
Have you checked the extension of the files?
Make sure that those can be supported.
Else right click the song and click SEND TO and select the player.
If still it says the same error, then move those files to another folder and copy them.
That might work.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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