Question about Coby MP-C781 MP3 Player
I had to format to delete everything because of a different problem that has happened to me before. Last time it worked perfectly, but this time when I went to sync everything back on, my Windows Media Player thought all the songs were still on there. I made sure that they were gone, and not I cannot put the songs on that I had before. What do I do to fix this?
It wont let me download songs now for some reason from my windows media
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your Mp3 player is a Flash-based MP3 player. That means that it has a small amount of built-in memory inside the player as well as an SD expansion slot for storing songs. When the player is connected, songs may be stored in either of these two places. Since you just opened your MP3 player and the player doesn't come with an SD card, you probably stored your songs on the internal memory. In either case, there are two basic ways to delete songs off of your player. You can use MP3 software (such as MusicMatch) to do this or just do it by hand. I'm guessing that you probably originally put the songs on your player by hand (even if you didn't, this way will still work). To delete the files, follow the same process but delete the files instead of adding them. Assuming that you are using Microsoft Windows, click on "My Computer" and find the drive that is labeled "Removable Disk" and click on it. Look for a songs folder and continue to drill down folder by folder until you see your songs show up in the list. Highlight the songs that you want to delete (or the whole folder) and hit the delete button on your computer. Simple as that
Posted on Apr 08, 2007
I had the same problem where I accidently removed the player from the computer while the files were transfering. When I pluged it into my computer, it said that the device had a malfunction. Take the battery out of your mp3 player for a few days. I did and now I am able to transfer music to my mp3 player.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
SOURCE: Sansa C240 syncing problems
The songs are in the wrong format - read my 2-part article on song formats under my profile for more detailed info
short answer: convert the songs to Mp3 format, and you will have no problems
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
I can only guess that you are using windows media player to sync. So, just use the iriver program or open 'my computer', click onto iriver device icon, and paste in music.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
What you need to do is to format the device and try to transfer the songs..there could be an error with the device certificate...
Let me know if you need additional help
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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