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problem because the music that you copied to the player is not in the
right format, that is what I think, try to do the following these steps: 1 - download a converter that converts your music to the mp3 format. 2 - convert your music to the mp3 format. 3 - copy the songs that you had converted to your player.
if this works please rate like very helpful and vote me, thanks.
I have had the same problem several times. Each time I needed to flash the firmware. Go to Samsung.com support > download center > type in the model number (yp-mt6) click on firmware, and download the version that corresponds with your device. install the firmware updater on your computer, plug in your device. and flash the firmware. (this will erase ALL songs and settings so you will want to back those up first). After that its like brand new. Kepe the updater handy, I fixed this the first time, and it kept reoccuring every few months.
I had the same problem and solved it with this:
On the Samsung support page, there´s a knowledge base called "YP-T6 Or YP-MT6 Show No File And Zero Free Memory"
you need to download the latest firmare from the downloads section, then with the uptader on the PC, remove the battery from the YP-T5 or 6 and connect the USB cable to a PC while pressing and holding the play button on the YP-T. It should connect in a recovery mode which allows you to update the firmware, format the flash drive and get going again !
I am having the same problem on the Samsung YP-T6 and i think it is because i might have fried the harddrive by putting in a non-alkaline battery in it. its like trying to plug in a american plugin into a plugin in germany, you blow up the house...
i had a similar problem (would not load driver) and was able to solve with the following:
1. install version 10 or greater of windows media player.
2. in Device Manager (hardware tab on System in Control Panel) right click the ? Samsung YP-T7J and pick update driver
3. Select No, not this time, Next>
4. Install from a list...., Next>
5. Don't search, I will choose.., Next>
6. Select Portable Devices, Next>
7. Select MTP Device, Next>
8. The drivers are copied and the device is recognized. There are other prompts depending on your media player config, but only pertains to how the device is handled.
Use the Samsung Firmware Updater to fix it. Mine did what all of you are speaking about. I was ready to toss it then I tried the firmware updater on the CD and it fixed it. You must copy all the files from the \setup\Programs\ and \setup\Binary\ folders on the Samsung CD to a folder on your hard drive. Then connect the player via USB and run stupdaterapp.exe. It will search for the device and pop up a menu. Check the Format Data Are box and click start. It takes a few minutes and wipes the device clean but it fixed mine.