Question about Lexar MDA256-100 MP3 Player
The operating system has been deleted or corrupted, so how do I get the required "firmware" and reload to get player working again
Probably because the files you are trying to play are not .MP3 files (an .MP# file has a name that looks like 'songname.mp3). Those are the only files your player recognizes and can play.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is most likely a file format or digital rights management issue. Make sure the files are in a compatible format. The computer can play them because it is just looking at the player as a storage device and does not rely on it for playback.
If the files are .wma, try converting them to .mp3. Your device may have come with software that will perform this function for you.
Posted on Dec 05, 2014
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