Question about Acer MF35 MP3 Player
I have just purchased the above from EBuyer, and the instructions are a waste of time. I have a CD Rom, but when I put that into my PC, it will not run. Could this be because I have Windows XP? If I plug the player into my PC using the USB cable, it comes up asking if I want to open the file, or play the music on there, but I can not find out how I can store new music onto the Player.
Please HELP !!!!!!!!
Ok you need to for mat it first i.e look for driver g then click then format use iitunes this will reset your mp3
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
I just bought one of these things as well.
I turned it on and it worked for a bit. I put it on charge and now it wont turn on?
can anyone help me.
ive had for like 4 hours max...please dont tell me its broken already lol
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
To whoever purchased the no limit mp4- did yours come with a song already on it? mine came with a chinese or korean song on it that i liked but i accidentally erased it. by the way, i gave up on my no limit piece of **** and just bought a regular mp3 player. you're better off doing that.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
This is not as hard as you might think. No drivers are needed for win NT2000, XP or Vista. You simply need plug in the player to a usb port on your computer.then when it prompts you to choose what to do with the new drive or device choose to open the folder. You will now have a list of what is currently on the player in a windows browser window. Open another window to the drive that contains the mp3s that you want to put on the device and drag or copy the files to the folder for the mp3/4 player. After it finishies copying you can disconect the player and play the songs.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
I got a "Music No Limit" mp3/4player as a gift, it looks like an ipod nano is light metalic green, it worked for the 1st month maybe then it started to flash on and off then just went off, i haventseen a single picture or sound since, the instructions are **** it definitly was written by someone who cant understand english, just random words thrown together to make a sentence. I cant figure what to do, i tried the over night charging, i tried holding the middle and menu button for maybe somekind of reboot, still nothing. The computer that somethings like pics were downloaded on were from my family member in another states' computer before sending out tome so i tried plugging it into the pc and nothing at all happens, so what can anyone help me with, Im in desperate need of some help, anyone? Thanks!
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
I won one of these cheap players in a claw machine... I figured the claw machine was rigged at first, because it only cost a dollar, but I played for the hell of it. So, I put my $1 MP3 player (yes, I won on the first try) in a drawer for a few months and pulled it out last night when my Sansa was having issues...
Turns out $1 is pretty much what it's worth. It was fun to win, but not fun to use.
Posted on May 09, 2014
Ok, so I just bought this thing and I put songs on it and stuff, but the damn middle button, though it will lock and un lock the thing, will no let me select the music or anything.... I just wasted 30 bucks, didn't I?
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
Let your MP4 (or whatever) die....and just leave it alone for awhile...later just plug the device into the pc...then it should ask to install the cd....just work from there.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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