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I i have a craig 2 gb mp3 and i can download music and i can open my mp3 file and listen to it on my windows media player but when i go to listen to it on my mp3 its says ist empty

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  • mds4 Sep 08, 2009

    the file format is ok cause ive put those same songs on it before and had no problem but i just found the problem but i still dont know how to fix it. please help me ive tryed for two dayz now! this is what my computer just told me



    THE SPECIFIED DISK APPEARS TO BE A NON-WINDOWS XP DISK





    what does that mean and how do i fix it?

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Hi there,

Well problem seems in the file format of the mp3 player, please let me know in which file format do you copy the songs into your mp3 player? make sure the file format is supported by your mp3 player. (when you play these files in windows media player it played because window media player played all(maximum) file formats.)
post further comments for more information....

Good Luck!!

Thanks

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

  • Mukesh Kumar Sep 08, 2009

    You try to restore your mp3 player to the factory default settings. and let me know.

    note. your data will be lost from the mp3 player after restoring it.

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