Question about Audio Players & Recorders
It is becoz of the format....of the downloaded file...please open the file in any editing software and save it as mp3 then try playing it..."audacity" is a freeware editing tool ...jst try it...
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What you should try is backing up your unit, if there are songs from any other source on your player
other than the one main computer you use.
Determine whether the entire load is less than 2 GB and if so, then reformat your MP3 player to make
use of space from songs which, though deleted from your player, (such deletions only decapitate the
file header) still may occupy significant disk space which is at a premium on your player.
Totally reinstall your player and then load your music onto same, leaving some headroom (some portion
of 2 GB i.e. 100 to 500 MB) on your player to allow for streaming of your music, which will enhance your
enjoyment of same.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
I went to "more options" under the sync tab in windows media player, then clicked on "rip music" and clicked on format and chose mp3 then apply...it was a simple solution to what seemed like a huge problem...
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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