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Hannah Montana Mix Max

The player will not play. Everytime you insert a new hit clips card it reads 4 MB free Space. What can I do to get it to play?

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It has to make a library file of the contents on the player. It uses that file to display the titles and artists when scrolling through the menus and what not. You'll have to format your player in order to clear it up. This will erase everything and then you can put your songs and stuff back on it. Just make sure that when you do you leave at least 4 megs of space for it to make that library file. Here's a link to the manufacturers instructions on how to format the player.

http://digiblue.com/customer-service/faqs/disney/mixmax/06.html

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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What's free 4mb of space mean?


if your device tells you that it is a 512Mb that is the total space on the device, if it is telling you 4mb of space it means there is only 4 more mega bytes available for you to store music, information, etc. some songs take up to 9 or 10 Mb so just do your math. and that is the number of songs you can load to your device.

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The Max Clip video cards are already in WMV format but have just have a .smv file extension so it's not necessary to convert them. Besides the Max Clip cards are read only so it's not possible to take the content off of the card to be converted and then placed back on the card. It's more likely that the problem is the firmware version of your player. Try following the directions at the link below for updating the firmware of your player.

http://digiblue.com/customer-service/faqs/disney/mixmax/17.html

If that doesn't work there is probably something wrong with your Max Clip.

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Error free 4mb of space to build music library and disney mix max won't play any songs?


The memory may be corrupt and it can't read the music files correctly. Open your My Computer icon and plug the player into your computer. You should see a new removable disk called Mix Max appear. Right click on the disk and choose Format from the pop up menu. At the Format window make sure that the File System is set to FAT32 and click Start. At the next window click OK to proceed. You'll then need to add the songs back to your player but it should correct the problem. When adding the songs to the player again make sure that you leave at least 4 megabytes of space available so it can create the library file.

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You may have to format your player in order to clear it up. This will erase everything and then you can put your songs and stuff back on it. If that doesn't clear it up you may have to format the card also if it's just an SD card. The instructions below won't help if it's a Mix Clip or a Max Clip. Here's a link to the manufacturers instructions on how to format the player.

http://digiblue.com/customer-service/faqs/disney/mixmax/06.html

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Reading a card


It has to make a library file of the contents on the player. It uses that file to display the titles and artists when scrolling through the menus and what not. You'll have to format your player in order to clear it up. This will erase everything and then you can put your songs and stuff back on it. Just make sure that when you do you leave at least 4 megs of space for it to make that library file. Here's a link to the manufacturers instructions on how to format the player.

http://digiblue.com/customer-service/faqs/disney/mixmax/06.html

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I have the same problem with my daughters Tinkerbell mix max. Any suggestions?

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