Question about Eclipse Audio Players & Recorders
I have an Eclipse Model T180 mp3 player. I recently put music on it, but when I go to play music or pull up the music menu, it displays "Disk Error!" I can only listen to the FM Radio, and it won't pull up on my computer. If it helps any, instead of syncing the music to the mp3 through Media Player, I dragged music from my library and put it in the MUSIC folder (to avoid it only playing one folder, a problem I recently ran into), but this worked the previous time I did it, as well as with my other music players as well with no problems whatsoever. I thought I'd add that tidbit in case that could be part of the problem. Any ideas on what I should do?
The players laser reader has burned out, your best option is to replace the deck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hey, the way to do it is to install that little cd that came with it and save them to your desktop…now when you see them appear open the AVI converter…this will bring up a screen that asks to add the videos you want to convert and also a destination…just browse that and find your video that you want to convert and then make the destination the mp3 player and click convert…and whallaa! it will be ready to look at in your mp3 player…takes some playing with, but you’ll get it…God bless! <><
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
Ticodude is right, Creative players do not support iTunes, and vice versa. There is, however, 3rd party software that will not only allow you to sync your Zen player with iTunes. It will also perform a completely legal 'virtual burn' of those protected ACC files (m4p) and allow you to sync them as well. It's called TuneClone, you can download it here: http://www.tuneclone.com/itunes-creative-zen/
Another 3rd party app that is very popular for this is iTunesSync: http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/file/fid,69633/description.html
Posted on May 30, 2009
The Sansa e280 can be operated in 2 ways of USB connection modes: MSC or MTP.
In MSC mode, viewing the player as a removable disk, the "copy
and paste" or "drag and drop" method will work.
In MSC mode always through the "safely remove hardware" icon, click to remove the player's disk before taking out the USB cable.
In MTP mode, operating the player in software like Windows Media Player: under Library or Sync,
first create a playlist
next sync the playlist.
In MTP mode, follow up the warning or text in the software that gives permission when to disconnect the player.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
SOURCE: my GC-821 pink mp3 player says
Do NOT open the "RECORD" folder and put your music in it.
Put you music in the folder that opens. the "RECORD" folder is NOT for you to put music into. It is for you to get your .WAV recordings out of.
Ohhhhh, now you get it!!!!
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
SOURCE: I tried to sync music
I called Mach Speed technical support at (580) 272-0035 and they told me that model CLD2PL cannot handle music being in folders. So I removed the folders from the mp3 player and copied over the music again (as single files) and now it works. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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