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before copying the videos into ur i pod u have to convert the videos or songs into the format which ur ipod supports, if ur videos or songs in the same format and u continue having this problem just format ur phone and check again
limewire is your best bet when downloading music, and when u transfer it all u have to do is open your MP3 player in my computer to where the files get saved then drag the desired songs from limewire the the file where they are saved
First of all, its very nice of you to give away your MP3 player. I am
sure he will appreciate it. Now we have two ways of getting all your
songs off of there so he can load his own.
The first option is deleting files by using your computer:
1. Make sure the unit is connected to your computer with that nice little USB cord that came with it.
2. Open Windows Explorer on your computer by opening "MY COMPUTER" which is either under the START menu or on your desktop.
3. Next to your harddrive (c:/), you will find a REMOVABLE DISK icon. This is is for your player.
4. Double click the REMOVABLE DISK ICON and use your mouse to select all the music files you would like to delete.
5. After selecting the files, press the DELETE key on your keyboard and then click YES to confirm.
If you rather do it from your player, you can:
1. select the DEL mode to delete files from your player.
2. in the Delete Menu, the following options are available. MUSIC, VOICE, or TEXT.
3. Select MUSIC
4. Your player will list each music file to be deleted one-by-one
5. Select YES to delete the current file being displayed. The screen
will display a quick little confirmation that the file has been deleted
and then it will move on to the next file.
6. Select EXIT twice to your return to the menu of your now empty Mp3 player. :)
You need to format your drives. Even though you delete files on them a small amount of data remains each time. After so long the data builds up and clogs the drive.
Insert a USB with a problem
Go applications, Disk utility
open disk utility, then you should see the USB disk in the utility screen. click on then click format. It will kill all data on the USB and make it usable again.
if a disk is full you need to delete some things to put more on.
some media players allow additional storage (usually a flash card configured to look like a disk) but that would depend on what player you have
other players might allow you to swap "disks" (again, more likely some type of flash card rather than a real plate spinning disk)
there might be a way to format the "disk", again this would depend on the actual player you are using ANY FORMAT COMMAND IS GOING TO DELETE ALL INFO so caution should be used if you find an option labeled "format"