My rca has enughf space for alot more songs but when i try to sync
The page says that i dont have enughf space and my little brother wants a few songs on it kus its his and i am trying to help and everything i try dosent work when i put the rca in usb slot it dosent even read it and it says removeable disk (k;),(j),(I),(H) witch one is my rca player and how do i fix mine or should i just get a new rca player all togather?????i really need help kus my little brother is getting mad at me and my mother is yelling and i cant think strait so if anny one dose answer this please give me step by step info because i am not too smart i am like a game guy not music guy hahahaha but please help
Re: my rca has enughf space for alot more songs but when...
If you want to copy new songs to the rca from a computer through a usb slot, then first you have to make sure that your rca can be recognized by the computer. What computer and operating system that you are using? If u use a windows XP, then open the explorer first, then see what drive it have (H: I: J: or K:) then plug the rca, and click view, refresh, and compare what new drive came out, the drive that isn't there before, it's your rca. If no new drive came out then it can't be recognized, try to reinstall the driver.
After you succeed finding your rca in the explorer, then right click on it and choose properties, and see how much space left in there. If it full, then you have to erase some of the content that you are sure it is no longer needed.
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Try Windows Media Player 10 or 11 on an XP machine. Search for media files on your computer to add to the Media Player library. Create a playlist of songs from your library. Use the Sync tab to sync the RD2765 to that playlist.
The songs have to be in the correct format. If the songs are DRM-encryptd WMA files with no transfer rights, they will give you an error message. The stores have no idea what they are doing vis-a-vis mp3 players. Read my 2-part article in tips and tricks on song formats to get a fuller explanation of why you are getting that error message/timeout.
I've run across this as well and it's actually a setting in Windows Media Player. The only way I've found to correct it (since I couldn't find it in the advanced options) was to start Windows Media Player and go to the sync page. Then connect the player to the computer. When Media Player recognizes the device it will pop up a screen (make sure you're in the sync page first) that says Windows Media Player - Device Setup. There will be two options, 1 to leave existing files and sync to remaining space and 2 to delete files before sync. Choose the first option to leave existing files and then click next and then finish. You should be able to sync new songs to the player now without it deleting the existing songs that are already on there.
OK, I use i Tunes to buy music also. What I do is Load them onto a RW-CD and then transfer them over to Windows Player. You can then re-use the cd to do it again when you buy more songs. As far as adding to yoursongs, when you plug it in, it shows ho much memory is left. As long as you have some empty space, just drag songs over to the window and sync. It will not erase your songs, but add to them.
you go to my computer and then click on mp3 player or mtt player and then total storage after thet a bonch of song mp3s will pop up and right click one of them and press delete and it will send it to your recycling ben and if that dont work. your mp3 is trash.