Question about Aiwa HZ-WS2000 MP3 Player
I can put the MP3 files in the removable disk on the computer in WindowsXP but I can' t see the files in the Missil Model GL-15052. The player only shows the root folder and says there are no files. What can be the problem?
I did the same thing - I found that if I plugged in the pod, turned it on, and used windows media player, synch mode, and dragged my files into the right hand bar, then hit "synch" (bottom right)
THAT made them work.
(works for jpgs as well)
Still haven't figured out how to make the videos work, though. It can't "find the files"...
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
Probably you are not putting the files in the right folder. Try using the software which came along with it to put in songs. It will help u a lot. Make sure ur system is free from virus. Also do a format to ur mp3 player and then give it a try.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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