Yes, some mp3 players need specific headphones in order for you to hear through them, getting headphones that say mp3 is not enough. Unfortunately you may have to buy and return several pairs before you find the right one.
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First of all, a 1GB is not going to play 1000 songs - ever! Don;t believe what the product documentation says. Make sure the songs that you are loading are in mp3 format only - it may not recognize iTunes of some DRM-encrypted WMA's. If you are lucky, you MIGHT be able to fit 200 low-quality songs - probably not that many.
You need to reformat player with correct dirvers. This procedure has been discussed on this site. If it is certain songs you can fix them on my computer by calling up player and files and deleting using the left mouse key.
just attach it at usb port of your computer and let windows install drivers .after that open my computer and you will be able to see your mp3 player driver.just copy the songs from your hard drive and paste in mp3 player memory.