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I download my music, extract the .rar files then take the new folder that has the.mp3s and ... Is there anything i can do to convert the songs to play with the MP3 player? .... LIST ONTO A CD AS AN MP3, BUT I TUNES WONT LET ME AND SAYS ALLSONGS ..... DB:3.37:Nomad Muvu Cannot Format And Mp3 Wont Turn On 37.
I have an mp3 player which is usually good but for some reason wont let me ... Howdo I download Itune songs in a format that will play on my mp3 player? ... on Windows 8 after it has been copied to your new computer, or the MP3 can't play the music. .... my stereo will play the songs from Itunes if i burn them onto a CD-R..
At first use the "find your product" option and then you can download the device manager program. Launch it and select the "repair device" possibility and in this way you can fix this problem. If you got stuck you could get all information to help you at this page also. Good luck, good working! Thanks. gylacz
Just Drag and Drop your MP3 files onto the drive tht was created. Look in "My Computer" for "Removable Disk", double click on it,then copy your MP3 songs from your music folder (right click, copy) and paste them (right click, paste) into the MUSIC folder on the "Removable Disk"
are you using the software specifically designed for this device, to transfer the files?
using windows explorer can cause these issues, much like trying to drag and drop musing directly onto an iPod......my advice would be to get the updated software and drivers from the MP3 player's manufacturer's website. that's really about all you can do, and you can also try using a different PC to try it again, but it wont really make any difference.
this is pretty much the only thing you can do, sorry, but good luck :)
Reset the player first, (manual will tell you how)
if that fails Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off,hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.
Look in the music folder (top left of the main itunes page). You should see all of your songs there. If they are there, then plug in your ipod, click on the name of your ipod (left hand ide of the screen) and check the box on the main screen that says (manually manage music). Then go back to the main music folder again, and select all of the songs, (you can do this by clicking on the first ong in the list, hold down the shift key and then click on the last song in the list), then drag and drop all of the songs onto your ipod in the list at the left.
I had this same problem. I moved all the files off the device. Went into Windows explorer. Right clicked on the Sansa device (the internal memory, not the expansion card memory. Clicked on format and on the screen that came up I picked "Quick Format." I have just now moved all the music (but not the system files) back onto the player. Turned it on and it is now working. Hope this helps