Question about MP3 & Digital Media Players
Your problem varies by media player company and type. Certain media players only allow the user to be operating a windows machine.
To transfer music to media players that do not need an audio program (such as iTunes), simply click and drag
To transfer music to media players that need an audio program, install the software and connect the media player.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
SOURCE: mp3 player
Load the Philips software onto your computer. You have to load the songs onto the player using WMP (Windows Media Player) 8 or 9. Connect the player using the USB cable. Run the Philips Go Gear Digital Audio Player software. Upgrade the firmware. This will format the player and erase everything you have done so far. Start WMP. Click on the Synch tab.It will have 2 window panes. In the right side, at the top, there is a drop list. Select the player from the list. Now create a synch list by clicking on edit playlist. Once you have added the songs, click Start Synch. That's all there is to it. Ian
Posted on Mar 20, 2007
SOURCE: Itronics MP3 Player
The files you are trying to play are probably write-protected. When you rip files to your computer from a disc, make sure the file is not protected, this prevents it from playing which is why you get NO AUTHORITY message. Go to tools in the media player,then options,then rip music and then Make sure the "copy protected files" box is NOT TICKED
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
I ran into the same problem with my Sansa when listening to legally downloaded audio books from the local library. This is what I found:
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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