Question about Philips GoGear HDD075/17 MP3 Player
Check the files are compatible with your player.
1- check the manual to see what file types it will play.
2- ensure they are within the players bit rate range. If your files were samples at 320 kilo bits a second (kbps) then this may be to high for your player.
3- ensure that the files are not copy protected. eg. DRM
4- check the manual to see if you need to set up folders for albums. Some players cannot cope with to to many files just dumped onto them, they need to be organised in folders. This is because of the filing systems they use.
I'm sure one of the above is your problem. If you still have trouble after checking the above I can make further suggestions.
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Posted on Jan 04, 2008
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