My mp3 player will turn on but then gives me the message "File not found!" with a stop sign above the message. Do you have any solutions for me. I havent used it for 2 or 3 weeks but it has not been droped or anything like that, it has just been sitting on a shelf.
Thank-you for your time, Kathryn.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Try buying a 1gb MicroSD card and plugging it into the MicroSD slot on the player. That would give you an additional 1000mb of free space and might stop the "not enough space" error from shuting it down.
check if the memory is full or the file is too big to fit in. You might need to clear some files out. Be sure that your device is properly detected by your computer and you can access the files of your player. pls give feedback
Turn off the folder views to details when you go on the file that causes those messages. Or if that doesnt work, click, send Error Report, then click the More Information button on ways to fix the problem.
The only solution I have found for mine was looking up their firmware updates and thus far it has worked for me. I dont care how many times I post the link, I am happy to have fixed mine. http://www.tgegroup.com/en/support/users.htm
I received the same error message.
When you download a file from a subscription service, such as an audio book from a public library, you usually have to open the file on your computer first, which I believe, "activates the subscription" with the appropriate license. Some of the services pop up a screen telling you that your license is activated, but others, such as Overdrive, seem to do this automatically.
When I downloaded a book and transfered it to a Sansa c240 mp3 player, I received the "synchronize" error message, but when I went through the above procedure and transferred to the mp3 player, no problems, and no error messages.