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are you using the software specifically designed for this device, to transfer the files?
using windows explorer can cause these issues, much like trying to drag and drop musing directly onto an iPod......my advice would be to get the updated software and drivers from the MP3 player's manufacturer's website. that's really about all you can do, and you can also try using a different PC to try it again, but it wont really make any difference.
this is pretty much the only thing you can do, sorry, but good luck :)
mdcope2 - delete the msuic files that you already ripped from CD off the GoGear. If you Rip a song in WMA, and then re-rip it in Mp3 format, when you go to sync the mp3 file, the GoGear will basically ignore the new file, because it thinks that the file is already on the GoGear since it has almost the same name. Once you have deleted the affected songs, re-Rip the songs in Mp3 format using Windows Media Player. This time, when you go to sync the songs, it will work.
Guest - to load video files onto the GoGear, you have to convert and sync them through the Philips Media Converter - no other method will work.
Probably because your songs are at a very high bitrate eg. 320 (CD quality) as opposed to 128 (average quality). Songs at a higher bitrate take up more space. So the Zen Stone can hold 250 songs at a bitrate of 128 but only, say, 150 at a bitrate of 320. Your solution would be to use http://www.dors.de/razorlame/index.php to decrease the quality of your mp3 & make the file size smaller.
I found this on Wal-marts review page. I did it and it worked.
When i first bought it i had problems with saving the files onto the Player itself the music would not stay on it. Well i have figured out this problem and fixed it heh its quite simple of a problem to be solved the Mp3 player operates on FAT32 which its Hardware does not Support and which couses the problem of Data Loss so to fix this Reformat it in FAT format Not i repeat NOT FAT32 this should fix your problem other than that this is a very good product and i give it a very good grade for size performance and its nice 2 gig drive space How to? 1) go to your My Computer. 2) Right click on your Ejectable drive or Drive G and go to Format in the drop down Menu. 3) Bellow File System select FAT not FAT32. 4) format the drive G which is your MP3 Player and then continue with putting music on it. Done it should work fine now ^-^ Enjoy hehe
for notforreal, did you firmware upgrade? if you did, here the link to fix the problem,
For X120AUD2GB http://www.xovision.com/downloads/X120AUD2GB%20UPGRADE%20SOFTWARE.zip
For X120AUD4GB http://www.xovision.com/downloads/X120AUD4GB%20UPGRADE%20SOFTWARE.zip
For songs that got deleted, or just simply disappear
is the file
system of your player FAT32? if yes just format it in FAT. this will solved the
problem of losing music.
your Player to usb port of your computer 2) Wait
until it is recognizes as flash drive 3) Go to My
Computer, look for the removable disk 4)Right
click, then click format, window will pop up, on file format, choose FAT 5) click
start, wait until finish formatting. 6)
then you can now start using your player.