Question about Apple iPod classic MP3 Player
Ok now I have a hs flashdisk.Its suppose to support:mp1, mp2, mp3, wma, wmv, asf, wav files.I use mp3 rocket to download my music, videos,etc,.I type in the artist & song.Then after it is done loading the search results i go over to type & click mp4.After the download is finished i preview it with my quicktime pro.Then i save it to my pc after i have checked the video.Then after i have saved the video i go to my windows media player & go to sync.I click & drag the selected video,& click the sync button below it.It acts like it is syncronizing the video to my device but when i try to watch the video on my player it says empty disk!I don't know why it does this if it is suppose to support the mp4 file.I also do not know how to put text documents & more games on to my device.& i am suppose to have a phone book but i do not know how to add my contacts.PLEASE HELP!!!
SO OUTTA LUCK/SO CONFUSED
When I purchased my mp4 player I could watch video files but later I meddle with it and now when I wish to watch videos it says'intializing'and then it says 'empty disk' I would be grateful if any could tell me what to do to solve the problem.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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