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My music wont play anymore

I copied a bunch of songs on my ps3. They played for over a year, and now they wont play. I get an error message that says it cant be supported. I dont get it they worked beffore.

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Try deleting a song and transfer the same song back to your ps3..the files may be damaged or sony could of released updates for it..

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I had jxd in it songs are not playing i copied songs in jxd in audio file songs r appearing in jxd but not playing i pressed play button "file type error" coming why


MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format. You can download mp3 music files from the Internet to your computer and then copy them to your MP3 player using the USB cable. For your CD collection, you need to convert your CDs to mp3 music files onto your computer or download them from the Internet and then copy them to your MP3 player after you have connected the USB cable to the MP3 player and the computer.
You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs - Media Player will create a MP3 music file for each music track. Click on this link for instruction on converting music files to mp3 file format :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r5798418-creating_transferring_mp3_music_files

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I'm trying to add music and videos


Xbox 360 1) Insert the Music Disk into the 360.

2) A screen should appear with it showing a visualization picture and showing the tracks (songs).
If it doesn't appear, go to the dashboard scroll across to the Multimedia section and go to Music.

3) Up the top of the screen it says options like "Burn and Rip".
Choose "Rip" and it'll copy the songs from the disk onto the 360. Give it time to finish.

4) And it should say your done. And it's saved onto your 360.

To listen while playing; When you are in the game, press the xbox guide button (the X button in the middle of the controller that has the green light) and wait till that screen pops up on the side of the screen.
Then Scroll down to where it says (I think it says Music) but you'll see the "Pause, Play and Skip etc... music buttons, and choose "Select Music" and then it'll expand and take you to the music library (In your hardrive) And just choose the song.
And it'll take you back to the gamer tag picture, like before, and press the Xbox guide button and you're back to your game - while the song plays throughout.

And it wont take you away from your game.
Hope I helped ?

Playstation 3 ok, you can put music from a cd onto a ps3. heres how.
put the cd you want into the ps3 then go to music then go to audio cd. instead of x to view the tracks hit triangle and select copy. the ps3 can take songs from a cd and put it on the hard drive

you can take songs from the computer and put it on a ps3, heres how.

first, you need a flash drive (if ur not tech savvy, its a lil usb thing that holds information. make sure its a decent size ( 1gb would be best but more or less is ok). then go to my computer on the computer and you should see removable disk. click that. now drag and drop all the songs you want to move to your ps3. once ur done, take the flash drive out and put it in the ps3. go to music and select usb device, however hit triangle and hit display all and it will show you all the music files. hit triangle again and select copy multiple and get all the songs you want from the flash drive

and yes, you can download songs from the internet of a ps3, heres how

heres some of the sites i use
mp3realm.org yourmp3.net emp3world.com
find a song you like and click the song link. when you do, hover over the link and hit triangle then go to file and select save target. certain files cant be downloaded because keep in mind that it needs to be an.mp3 file for it to be directly downloaded and ready to use (and since you cant rename files on a ps3, you can always download it to a flash drive and change the file name on the pc and then put it back on the ps3)

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Cds that I copied wont play


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Dec 31, 2009 | Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player

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I HAVE CONNETED MY PS3 TO MY COMPUTER VIA WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER AS A SERVER IT CONNECTS AND SHOWS THE STUFF IN MY LIRARY BUT IT WONT SHOW OR PLAY THE FILES


Yeah I know its a pain... I tried to do it that way too, I ended up calling Sony themselves and this is how they told me to do it. You have to put it on a flashdrive or some other removeable staorage device w USB. Step1- Get a flash drive, stick it in a USB port on your computer. Step2- Go to your music files, like where they are listed on the HD, not WMP. Step3- Highlight a song and rightclick on it, there a bunch of options will pop up. You want -SEND TO- And as you hightlight that at the bottom it should say REMOVEABLE DISK.. Go through and put all songs on the flashdrive this way.. If you hold CTRL down on your keyboard you can go through and select them all at the same time. After youve gotten all the music off stick flash in the PS3.. Go to your music tab and USB should be listed.. Hit triangle on it and go to display all It should all be listed there permitting the PS3 supports all the file types. Go to the first song, and hit triangle on it. It will give you the copy/delete options.. At the very top you will see copy multiple. Click on it and you can go through and copy all songs at once. After that, you should be smooth sailing.. If you need to delete the flash drive to get more music you can do it by Putting it back in the computer and going into MY COMPUTER.. It will be listed under removeable media. If you click on it it will give you the options to format or you can just right click on everything and select delete. good luck.

Nov 07, 2009 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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When I listen 2 music evry 10 sconds it says avs media demo


The AVS software that was used to produce the disc or file is a demo copy, you will need to register and activate via the AVS website http://www.avs4you.com/Register.aspx

May 21, 2009 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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Mp3 player won't play


That is the problem with services that give you DRM-protected WMA's - as soon as the subscription lapses, the song cannot be played on your mp3 player anymore. The only way around the problem is to either: a) renew your subscription, or b) get a music service that gives you DRM-free songs, preferably a service that gives you the songs in mp3 format.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Feb 11, 2009 | Sony Walkman NWZ-S616F MP3 Player

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Error


Can you play at least one music from your mp3 player? If yes, the file that you're trying to play when this message appears may be corrupted. Try having another copy of the music that you want to play on your mp3 player. If you can't play any music that you transferred, possible causes could be :

1. Your mp3 player was reformatted to another file system that is unrecognized by the mp3 player.

2. The flash memory of your mp3 player was bad
3. The songs that you're trying to transfer is not known by the player ( file types other than .mp3)

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Error message: "Cannot play; the license is expired"


I went to www.sony.com and was able to find the solution. If your songs were downloaded from services similar to Napster then you will have to log back into the service to refresh the licenses on the songs. If you no longer are subscribing to the service then you will need to delete the songs from your player. If you need further information you can find it on the Sony website.

Jan 18, 2008 | Sony Network Walkman NW-A3000 MP3 Player

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Wont play songs


If you didnt change the default settings for Windows Media Player, it is set to "copy protect my music", which would cause this error. To change the settings go to Windows Media Player>Tools>Options>Rip Music and uncheck the "copy protect my music" box. You will need to delete the previously transferred music from your device, re-rip them to your PC, then re-transfer them to your device. Best of Luck.

Sep 19, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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Can't play music


Hi there. "Syncronize to continue your music subscription" is normally an indicator of the following causes, depending on the source and type of the music that you have on your M240: (1) If your music files came from a subscription music service provider (Napster,Yahoo, Rhapsody for example): This would mean that the licenses for these subscription songs need to be updated. They must be updated at least once every 30 days. You must use your subscription music service's software to resync the songs (the process varies depending on the service). Also, you would get that "sync" notice if you've cancelled your subscription. (2) If your music files were ripped from an audio CD: The best solution would be to once again "Rip" these audio CD files using Windows Media Player, version 10 or 11. Before ripping, ensure that the "Copy Protect Music" option is unchecked by going to Windows Media Player's "Tools", then "Options", then selecting the "Rip Music" tab. If all else fails, the best "last resort" would be by setting the M240 to MSC mode and formatting it in Windows Explorer or "Disk Management" I hope this proves useful. I know it's quite a bummer when you have a whole bunch of songs just sitting in your player with a "Sync" error.

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