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Files in .mp3 format can be encoded in many ways. In most cases, that problem you ran into is the result of the player not being able to play mp3's that have variable bit rate (VBR). Remember one song that plays normally and one that doesn't play. Then check their properties on your PC. The one that plays probably has CBR (constant bit rate) (it would say 128kbps CBR or 320kbps CBR, for example), while the one not playing probably has some version of VBR. If that's not the case, please say so, we'll look further into it. You should also check the manual that came with the player, it usually says what formats and what sorts of formats can the player play.
It says online that it only plays the file types: .WMA
and .MP3 If they are different then the ones listed here when you put your CD into your computer (explore the disk to view the files), then chances are they are incompatible. A solution would be to: 1.) Use a different media device (mp3 player, etc...) 2.) You can download the songs (as long as you have the original disk legally), make sure they are either WMA or MP3 files and reburn them.
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Check if the song you are trying to play has the file extension .mp3 or .wma, You can check the song's file extension on your computer, if you are using windows, right click on the file and hit properties.
Deleting Files,Pictures,Videos,etc from MP3 Player
Hook up your mp3 player to your computer
Go to your desktop and double left click on "My Computer"
When it opens you will see listing that says "Devices with Removal Storage" your mp3 player should be listed there.
Right click on your mp3 player, and a window will open, right click on "Open" and now your files/songs should be visible.
Hold the left click down and drag it across all the files/songs that you do not want this will highlight the files/songs you do not want, release, right click and then click on "Delete"
Now you mp3 player should be clear of the files/songs you do not want.
Be careful and do not delete files needed to operate your MP3 player.
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It sounds like there is a corrupt music file in the Ipod. If you can sync to computer and try and play each one to find which is corrupt, that would be ideal. If this is not possible (because you have thousands of songs), then try and remember the last songs you placed on it that could have caused it.
Deleting this one (may be more) bad song(s) will fix all the issues.
The songs must only be in the mp3 (and m4a, maybe) format to play. Remember, not just the extension ".mp3", but the encoding must be in mp3. There are plenty of free programs that can convert your songs to mp3, like Mediamonkey, Itunes, etc.
to record new music to mp3 from a cd just open up windows media player and insert your cd click on rip and there you go your new music should be added to your library there and after that you can sync it to your mp3 player with no problems
Your problem isnt the player. Its not downloading the video fast enough at the play speed. Try pausing the video for a while to let the buffer get ahead then play it again. You can also go into the settings and change the length of the buffer from what I remember. It should be pretty clearly marked. Hope it helps!