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 directly to the Eclipse through media player, I put the files on it directly from my library (a.i drag and drop), and this works perfectly fine with all my other music players. I did this the previous time I put music on the darn thing, and it worked fine as well. I just thought I might as well add that tidbit in case that had anything to do with the problem. Any ideas on what I should do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sandisk sansa e200
I had this same problem on my sansa and tryed the previous solution with no luck. Out of frustration i email the sansa technical support. Try these steps to format the player: -Turn on the player and access MENU > SETTINGS > USB > MSC - Once the player is set to MSC mode, reconnect it to the computer and open the My Computer window. - Once you see the Sansa icon in the My Computer window, right-click it and choose FORMAT - In the Format window, choose FAT 32 and make sure that Quick Format is NOT selected, then choose START -Once the format has completed, disconnect the player from the computer to allow it to refresh. If you plan on using Windows Media Player to transfer files, return to the USB menu and set the player to MTP mode. Otherwise, leave the player in MSC mode and you can now resume transferring files. Formatting your player will deleate all files but you can putt them back on!!! Best of luck!
Posted on May 09, 2007
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
I have one of these too and finally figured it out! If you push the menu button on the side, you get a menu that you can scroll through with the left/right arrows on the face. The music icon should be first in the list, but if not, scroll until you get it highlighted. Once highlighted, push menu again to select it. My trouble was in not realizing that the menu button is also the select button!
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: I recently recieved a Hip
I have... had the same issue. You have to go to "set up", then "system tools", then "reset", then "yes"... next time fork out the few extra bucks and buy a better product.
Hope it works for yours too.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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