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Have 4 mp4 players all three will only allow 900mb of info to be downloaded onto them. 2 machines are 4GB and one is 8GB in size via My Computer.

What should I do to fix this problem. I have mp3 utilities version 4.15 loaded onto my PC


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I have a Craig mp4 player and when I try to sync music onto it some of the songs say " Did not fit on device" Why?? And what can I do to change it?

This is because the songs literally cannot fit onto your player. Songs, like all files, take up a certain amount of digital space. Craig MP4 players generally are small in space, usually ranging from 1-4GBs, which will not get you far if you have a lot of songs. The only real solutions for this without buying a new MP3/MP4 player is to be more selective with the songs you put onto it. There is not a way to change the amount of songs something can hold, so you just have to put less onto it. Also, If you put videos onto it, get rid of those first because videos take up way more space than songs.

If you want more space, I would recommend a 8GB or 16GB music player, those are satisfactory for most people with a lot of songs.

Also, for now you could try downgrading the audio quality, which will reduce the file size, effectively making more songs able to fit onto your player, but I would not recommend this because it does create a noticeably worse audio quality.

Apr 06, 2011 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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I have a Telefunken TMP-444B, 4GB MP3/4 player. The setup soft ware disc does not load to any of my computors. Where can I download it. Cannot load music onto the player

Hopefully you got a solution already, but here goes mine: I also had a Telefunken TMP-444B, 4GB MP3/4 and i found you don't need a cd (my cd also didn't work). Try connecting it to your pc via usb-cable and access it on your PC. Simply copy your Mp3 or mp4 files onto it and see it should work. Mine did. Hope yours will.
(Just take care when deleting files, because i don't know if important files are protected on your mp3/4 player). Take care anyway ;-)

Feb 05, 2011 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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I I have an Eclipse Portable Media Player 180BL 8GB and i was wondering what formats this media player plays

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Dec 26, 2010 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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Mp4 players os is dead

You have been sold a fake sized player. it is hacked to show 16GB/8GB actual size may be around 1GB to 8GB or less. test your player with "H2TESTW 1.4" you will find it the first hit on let other people know and open a dispute on paypal, you have been sold a fake item. Do not return the item for refund as sellers address is very likely wrong, useless to wait for a replacement player because they all are hacked. Get a partial refund if still possible and leave negative feedback.

about the other problem your having, I don't know about that. I'll let you know if mine breaks up. its a 16GB version that actually has only 4GB. got 20usd refunded from the original 35usd, so not a big problem.

still I think its a crime yes? to sell counterfeit products / manipulated to show incorrect size of memory etc.

Jan 02, 2009 | Apple iPod nano

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Mp4 Player not recognized....???

ina mo!..

that's easy!..
you just have to reformat the mp4 player!..

Sep 28, 2008 | Apple iPod nano 3rd Generation

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I dont know how to put movies on my mambo-mano 4GB mp4 player,can you help me?


You should connect the mambo-mano 4GB mp4 player to the PC and access the drive created by the computer.

But copy only movies that is compatible to mp4 player. example if your movie is ****.AVI you should convert it first to IPOD format (MP4) so that playable onto the mambo.


Apr 02, 2008 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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4gb Mp4 Player problem

and i,ll bet it was from China or hong kong ?
go into settings, there you should find options to set the defaults for the timer, its probably set for 15 or 30 seconds.
these don,t have a huge capacity for video, but this might help.
you wont play a full film, probably about 3-5 minutes storage Max.
Mike @ Compurepair.

Feb 25, 2008 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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Ipod 4gb error

I had the axact same problem and these instructions fixed it:
This guide is for you if:

1. You've bought a mpx player larger than 2 GigaBytes capacity (eg 4GB, 8GB, 60GB, etc). Not limiting to larger than 2GB, smaller capacity (eg 512MB, 1GB, etc) players are also subjected to possible memory hacks.
However, recently i've realised that the Actions chipset does support upto 4GB (2x2GB). Also, there were some unconfirmed news of genuine 4GB players.
2. You just bought a new player.
3. You are experiencing "Format Error" messages when adding or accessing music/videos on your player.
4. You are experiencing frequent Player Restarts (hanging on the hourglass) when playing certain songs.
5. Your player duplicates the music/video files that you add to it.
6. Your player does not allow you to move/delete files that you have copied to it.

If you fit any one of the above (or even all), then this guide is for you.
Why you should format:

1. Not formatting will only cause you ALOT of trouble and hassels in the future.
2. Not formatting increases the chance of killing your player in future, and you will need to perform the "Dead Player Recovery".
3. Ensures that what you have bought, is of the actual memory capacity.
4. If it is a gift for someone, you don't want them to come back to you with the above mentioned problems.

Common Myths regarding this formatting procedure:

1. You will not lose any firmware/theme related files.
2. You will not accidentally kill your player whilst doing so (unless you unplug or disconnect your player during the format process).

On completion of this guide, should you end up with lesser memory than what you have paid for, it would be recommended to contact your seller for a full refund.
Also, take a minute to fill in an online petition against eBay, Paypal and fraudalent sellers who knows about this problem, but persists to trade with such fraud items for monetary gains.
Every signature plays a significant factor, the more signatures we have, the better chance of eBay shutting down such sellers permanantly.

Back Up All Your Data Before Proceeding! This Guide Will Clear Everything In Your Player's Memory Chip!
Install MP3 Utilities, any version will do. It usually comes on the CD with the player, or you can download version 3.68
Here, or version 4.03 Here, or version 4.05 Here. Any one of these will do. The Disk Tool Utility is the same.

Start up MP3 Utilities Disk Tool.
You will be shown a screen like this:
Ensure that you select LOW Format Type.
Next, go to the Partition and Encrypt tab as shown below.
Now, slide the Partition Slider all the way to the Right.
*NOTE* Ensure That You Do Not Click The "Set Username And Password", Leave It UNTICKED.
Next, click on Start to begin the format and partition process. You will be presented with a dialog box like below, click on Yes to proceed.
It will take a few moments for the process to complete. You will notice that your player would disconnect from the computer, and then re-connect back again.
You will be presented with the "Complete setting disk partition!" dialog box like below.

Go to My Computer and check that now you will two memory drives for your player. You might need to click Refresh or press F5.

One of which would be small (about 17MB), and the other would be the remaining memory capacity.
*note* it seems that some members reported that they do not see this extra drive appearing. Do not worry if it does not appear, just continue to proceed with the guide.
Now, go back to the Partition and Encrypt tab.
Slide the Partition slider to the Left, and click on Start.

You will repeat the process and the "Complete setting disk partition!" dialog box would appear.

Check in My Computer that now you will only have One single memory drive for your player. Right click on it and select Properties, this is your actual real memory capacity.

Now check your player's Memory Info for the correct memory display.
To access this, go to your player's SYS TOOL >> MEMORY INFO.
Your player should display the actual memory size that you have just checked.
Check if the percentage is at 0%. If it is, you can skip Step 4 below, and continue to Step 5.

If your player's Memory Info does not show 0%, you will need to complete the below procedure.
Right click on your player's memory drive, and select Format.

Now a new windows format screen would appear.
Select FAT in the File System dropdown menu.
If after completing Step 3, your player really does have 4GB of memory, then you need to select FAT32 instead. As FAT only supports upto 2GB.
Click on Start to begin on the format process.
A warning will appear for the format, click on OK to continue.
Wait for a few moments while Windows formats your player.
When completed, check your player's Memory Info again, it should display 0% now.

Once completed, sit back and start copying music/video files to your player and enjoy your stuff!

Dec 27, 2007 | iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player

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Generic 8GB Flash Mp3 player

try a firmware update.....sound to me like a firmware fault???

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