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Ikasu MP4 player won't download songs

My Ikasu MP4 player syncs to my computer but when I have downloaded songs to the computer it won't let me put them on the MP4 player. Does anyone have any suggestions as to why. I checked the media usage rights for the songs and they say I can sync up to 3 times.

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  • jesstina Dec 09, 2008

    i have the same problem with my mp4 player and i dont know how to download anthing on it

  • Anonymous Jan 25, 2009

    well i bought it about a year ago and still when i am ready to sync i press start sync and it just wont let me

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I did not know how to Format ....Thanks asianboi you saved the day... asianboi
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i have used quite a few mp4 players and encountered this problem several times - the solution that worked for me is :

Format the drive when it syncs to your computer -- a quick format will do and then it should let you copy the songs to it

just in case you don't know how to format it

1) Right click the MP4 player drive

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I have used quite a few mp4 players and encountered this problem several times - the solution that worked for me is :

Format the drive when it syncs to your computer -- a quick format will do and then it should let you copy the songs to it

just in case you don't know how to format it

1) Right click the MP4 player drive

2) Click format.

3) Make sure you tick the Quick Format Box

4) click START

hope this helps

Posted on Apr 30, 2008

Go to a technition and they'll help you if not just use a different type of file

Posted on Apr 11, 2008

Use windows media player to download the music by dargging each item to the player, you must plug the usb into the computer and press the sync tab

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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