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This is bull


I have a diamond 1 GB MP3 player and when i go to settings and look at the memory it says it is only 23% full. But when i go to download songs it will not let me downlaod anymore unless i delete a song or 2. what do i do? i hope you can help. My MP3 player wasen't cheap and i dont want to have to by a new one.

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Re: This is bull

Yeh dude same with mine. its a virus acaully. virus's can go onto mp3 players. if i could open the mp3 player like on SonicStage most virus's looks like .jpegs pictures that u can not open

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Hi, I am using Philips Go Gear 4 GB MP3 palyer. It has 3 GB free space but when I start the player,below message comes . Please tell me how to solve the issue "Memory Full Connect to PC &...

Possible that some of the files in the GoGear are not to the requriement of the player. So download the media converter and download the files to be transferred to the player. In the first place connect the player to the PC and move OFF all the files , delete the memory to be free and then reload using the converter .
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Memory card question


Did you put the memory card in while the device was off? If not, turn the unit off and back on again. It should be pretty straightforward, once you put the card in the player should recognize it.

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Technical details and dealer in kerala ( Cochin )

Technical Details
  • Brand Name: Coby
  • Model: MP300-1GBLK
  • Digital Storage Capacity: 1 GB
  • Color Name: black
  • Battery Average Life: 8 Hours
  • Supported Audio Format: MP3 // WMA
  • Display: LCD
  • Hardware Platform: PC
  • Width: 3.6 inches
  • Depth: 0.7 inches
  • Weight: 0.2 pounds
Product Features
  • MP3 player with LCD 1 GB flash memory and USB drive
  • high-contrast LCD display with 7-color backlight
  • plays MP3 and WMA digital music files, ID3 tag support for song information display, mobile data storage function
  • convenient integrated USB plug( no cables required)
  • USB 2.0 hi-speed for fast file transfers
Product Description Coby MP300-1GBLK MP3 player 1 GB flash memory and USB drive with LCD, high-contrast LCD display with 7-color backlight, plays MP3 and WMA digital music files, ID3 tag support for song information display, mobile data storage function, convenient integrated USB plug( no cables required), USB 2.0 hi-speed for fast file transfers, black.

Batteries: 1 AAA batteries required.

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Memory problem

Hello J.kam
Use disk management to format it.
At times we use other format like fat or fat32.
Try this.

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Need a manual or instructions how to operate it

experimental status
ZEN mozaic player 2 GB
firmware 1.03
ZEN attached to USB 2.0
Windows XP SP2
Message "do not disconnect"
ZEN is not being recognized
Check ZEN memory setting
Memory ZEN is set to 0 in MENU>Etras>removable disk
Memory ZEN should be changed to maximum 1.5 GB
ZEN is recognized now
ZEN is ready to do the format command
ZEN can be written to for a maximum of 0.5 GB [internal memory !]
ALERT ! This 0.5 GB is the internal memory
The files written to the internal memory will be erased after
disconnecting !
access status
1) Get access to ZEN by setting disk memory to maximum
in MENU>Etras>removable disk
2) ZEN should be recognized now
format status
1) FORMAT the disk
After formatting !
SET BACK YOUR disk memory capacity to zero [ 0 ]
for fully recovering the disk capacity
files presence status
SET BACK YOUR disk memory capacity to zero [ 0 ]
- When set to zero you can use the full memory for
writing files to the player !
- When keeping the memory set to maximum you're using
the internal memory and written files are not saved
after disconnecting
updating + files presence status
1) download the firmware that is suited for your computer
Operating System and your type of player from "CREATIVE"
2) Connect player to USB 2.0
and update with the firmware-update
3) Wait until the update is fully completed
4) After the update disconnect the player
5) Connect to USB 2.0 again
6) Check for the presence of the STANDARD MAPS for Music,
Pictures and Video
7) Files can be written into the STANDARD MAPS
8) Written files should be present after disconnecting
9) Files ready for mobile playing on ZEN mozaic now
CREATIVE support site for fimware / software / userguide

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Erase Memory

same thing happened to me

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Usb pen mp3 player with fm 1 gb

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