Under WinXP Pro the MP020 shows up as 'Panasonic Audio Player' with a folder 'Fixed Storage'. Try to do File>New Folder on the 'FIxed Storage' and no can do. Build a new folder under you C: drive. Go back and clip on 'Fixed Storage'. I see a file WMPinfo.xml. Go back to the folder you just built under C: and click/drag to the right. The new folder should be under the 'Fixed Storage' folder. The new folder under 'Fixed Storage' has a bot more functionality associated. I'm not crazy about having to do it this way but it works. Now someone tell me how to speed up the transfer process
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First go to where you have your music, and copy the songs you want. Then if your USB is already connected to a USB port, go to My computer and open the USB drive. Once inside is always good to create a new folder. Right click and create a new folder, name it as you wish. Enter the new folder, then hit Ctrl and V and you will be pasting the songs you previously copied.
If nothing happens go back to the original music folder and select and copy your favorite songs. Then go to the USB music folder and past.
format it once more then use usb a cable to plug in the mp3 player and u see a removable drive is created in my computer double click the drive and then create a song folder inside it then copy paste the songs which u want to insert into the mp3 player. after the songs are copied safetly remove the mp3 player then listen to the songs which u have transfered....... enjoy mp3 player.....
First you need to sync device before adding songs. First plug in device, than make sure computer notices player. Than go into media player or music folder and sync device. Than you can either create a sync list from there, or you can drag songs from music folder into your player folder.
Open start menu, my computer, E,F, or G drive should have player on it. You can drag songs from music folder into this drive folder and they will be automatically added
You won't need to download or install any programs if you have Windows Media Player on your computer. You can use other programs but WMP is probably the easiest!
Plug in your MP3 player using the USB cord (should be in box)
(If your songs are already in Library skip this step). Click "File" (top left hand corner) then "Add to Library..." Click "OK" WMP will now find all music on your computer and add it to Library.
If the internet is connected WMP will attempt to find song info such as title, artist, album etc. Otherwise right click on song and click "Edit"
Click on "Sync" tab (top of player). A sidebar should appear with "Creative zen.. etc" written on the top.
Drag songs into sidebar.
Click "Start Sync"
The songs will now download onto your MP3 player.
To organise your files into folders etc. go to "My Computer" then "Creative Zen etc" then "Music" and create folders (right click "create folder") copy, paste, and drag your songs in folders as you like.
You can now unplug you MP3 player and turn it on!
Please reply so I can know if this information was helpful or not and can help you further.
hmmm, that means that you may have synched some songs that are not fully compatible with your go-gear. although it is still mp3, it may have some "codecs" issues with it. and thus making your go gear crazy. what you can do is delete all the songs you have there, and make a fresh start from scratch, that way, you'll know.
The below was copyed froma an earlier post of mine, read the bottom.
Over a period of time your info can get corrupt from transering music back and forth.
To format plug it in to usb.
Go to my computer
It shows up as a removably disc, usually drive f:
Right click on drive f: (or the approriate drive) and click format.
Let me know what happens, you will have reload the player, also try bypassing the software you are using to tranfer, by opening up drive f: and clicking and dragging your music into it , or you can copy and paste it into drive f:
Playlists can be created by puttung your music in separte folders within drive f:, each folder will show up as a playlist.