Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I bought a MPman MPCS157 2GB MP3 Player from www.play.com last week. It can with an orange slip saying that before I use it I have to set the DRM Time. The process that is written is not working. There are symbols on the oraange slip that are'nt on the MP3 Player. They have told me to contact you to see if you can solve the problem. Apparently if I dont set the DRM Time before using the MP3 the playlist will not playback.
Im leaving the country on Monday 14th January so please help me asap.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MP3 Player Malfunction
Your playlist shouldnt have been erased as when u update from one music program to another all of the music files ie wav, mp3, ect is suppose to redirect to the new proggy unless you tell it not to as some do ask you if you wanna associate older files with the new proggy . If you say no it wont erase them so they are there somewhere on the putre. What you should do is try to do a search for all your file formats one at a time such as in search type .MP3 do a search Type .wav ect ect Try this and if there not there they have be erased and wont recover them unless you wanna spend big bucks on data recovery and thats not feasable. Now with the player you sure the unit is operating properly as music or data just dosent dissappear into thin air?? You may have a crack in the memory curcuit or a defect in the processor??. Unfortunatly its not worth on most of these types of players . good Luck
Posted on May 10, 2006
Your player does not support copyright protected music.
To avoid this error, you can:
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
This is a good little player (although I don't kow why tey dont' include the actual manual for it)
It took me a bit BUT I found the manual online:
After you've created and saved your playlists...then clear the sync pane.
Then on the far left where all your playlist names are...highlight the ones you want and drag them into the sync menu. then click "Start sync".
After it's done I promise you all your playlists will be there complete with the music you added to the list
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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