Media library corrupted. searching for music and podcasts. search goes on without any results.
now the music library itself doesnt open. i have tried restarting the phone, and removing the memory card, with no results. what should i do.
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It depends upon what system/version you're running and what software. Not sure about Mac, but PC typically has an autorun feature which auto opens your media and provides a selection to play or rip the music to your library, once you have inserted it into the drive. If this does not happen, you'll have to manually open it. In the lower left sector of your monitor, select the windows icon(Start), then select Computer. This will display all available drives to you. Find the CD/DVD drive and right click and run/open it. Your windows media player should then startup and give you an option to rip the music from the CD. It basically just copies it to your library without harming the CD. You then plug your MP3 unit into a port(usually a USB port). It too will have an auto run feature. If it's your first time plugging it into the PC, the system will have to search the web for software drivers for the MP3 unit before it can recognize how to read it. Once it finishes this, unplug the device and plug it back in to allow the drivers to run the autorun feature. If it still fails to autorun, just manually navigate to the drive the same as you did for the CD/DVD. Start>>Computer>>yourMP3 drive.The MP3 drive should display a manufacturers name. Then, find your music in the media library, right click/copy and right click/paste onto the MP3 drive (usually the Music folder). If autorun is working, it may offer you the option of importing the music onto the drive, rather than you manually copy/pasting it. Happy travels.
The most common reasons it is happening is due to a corrupted memory or most probably corrupted firmware. I would suggest try removing the memory card and if that doesn't work, you will need to update your firmware. You can either bring your phone to the nearest Nokia service center or you can do it using the included CD and cable for your phone.
Try visiting Nokia support for further assistance.
You need to connect your touch to your pc open itunes ... click on the icon that is representing your touch on the left hand side of the screen. When this shows up on the main screen look at the tabs at the top the are labeled music movies podcast pictures etc etc ... you need to go into each on and select what you want on your touch.. if you want your complete library of music you would select that and then hit apply at the bottom of the page. The same goes for movies ... etc etc . if you want just certain songs from your library then go to your music make a new playlist from the (i believe) edit tab. Highlight the song you want and then right click select add to playlist. When you have selected the songs you want go back into your itouch ( using the icon on the left hand side of the screen) go the the music tab and select that playlist from the options there and sync....like wise with movies and podcasts. hope this helps
Hello my friend, how are you?
Regarding on your problem, you can do the 1 time search in all your music files regardless of their individual format by using Windows Media Player Software which was pre-installed already in your Xp after you install your OS XP in your computer.
Using Windows Media Player you can group all the music files you have in computer per title, artist, album, genre or even date and names. To do that kindly follow the steps below:
1. Open Windows Media Player located at the program files in your computer. In case you cannot locate it kindly click the START BUTTON located buttom part of your scree. Then click ALL PROGRAMS or PROGRAMS then WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER. I case WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER is not their Click ACCESSORIES then goto ENTERTAINMENT then Locate WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER.
2. After you locate and open wWindows Media Player or WMP kindly click the tab Library then suddenly a consule messagebox pop-up asking "Would you like to search music in your computer?" then kindly click YES Button then let the WMP search and gather all the Music files you have in your computer.
3. Next time yo log in WMP you can goto directly to the Library and select the music you want to play which was sorted automatically by WMP.
Hope this solution will help you solved your problem. if you seek moreassitance just reply to this post.
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thank you and Godbless.
Try Windows Media Player 10 or 11 on an XP machine. Search for media files on your computer to add to the Media Player library. Create a playlist of songs from your library. Use the Sync tab to sync the RD2765 to that playlist.