Question about MP3 & Digital Media Players
MY SHARPER IMAGE 2G MP3 PLAYER WON'T TURN ON. I CHARGE IT AND NOTHING SHOWS UP ON THE SCREEN AND I HAVE IT SWITCHED ON THE ON SETTING WHERE IT SAYS IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE. I HOOK IT UP TO MY COMPUTER AND MY WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER LISTS THE SONGS THAT ARE ON IT BUT THERE IS STILL NOTHING ON THE MP3 SCREEN... WHY WON'T THIS WORK??
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
Hi klvogel1, I had the same problem, only I have Windows XP. Here's how I solved it. Connect you device to your computer, go to my computer and find the new device (should be under F drive) open the file and the open the" Audio" folder. This is the folder you will download to. Open your Windows Media Player then open your Music file, High lite any song or all songs, right click, and open up file location YOU CAN NOT SYNC TO THE DEVICE, you must copy and paste or cut and paste to the Audio folder of the device NOT THE MUSIC FOLDER. This will work, it took me since Dec 27 to get this answer. Hope it works for you
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
With music (or whatever)playing hold down V button (left hand side of control circle)til volume adjustment screen comes up-a blinking speaker. Press PRE or NEXT button (top and bottom arrows) to adjust volume.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
The Sharper image 2gb player will only allow 131 entries in the root directory. Create a new folder, just like on your computer, and then add music files to that folder. I have not tested if there is a file limit in a new folder.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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