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Re: i have been trying to playing a music file but it
You need to install the sound driver cause it is missing for some reason or it is corrupted...if you have the original disk with the drivers...(probably called mother board drivers cause on laptops there are on boared ) ...and it is using the same operation system like it came...you just insert the disk and reinstall it from there ..but if not ..I need to know teh model and the manufacturer...t..also the operation system you are using o look for the driver and link you to a download ..
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Insert your memory in your phone and start phone and open memory then off your mobile and open your memory card for your phone and plug in memory your Computer and look folder private open this folder>Vodafone>Sound and ringtone and past all song this folder Enjoy Music.....
Playing through the USB port can cause all sorts of "problems" also ensure NO other software is competing for the CPU time. It is always best to play work on use, anything or file, from the actual hard drive. simply copy the files to the HD, and use them from there Also more RAM is always beneficial Also make sure you have the most up-to-date Codecs installed too.
thats not a hardware problem your speakers are fine sounds like a codex problem try downloading VLC free and also put the downloaded audio on a pen drive and see if it will play on another system the files you downloaded may be corrupt
Are you sure the music files you're trying to play is of the correct format? A .mp3 extension doesn't always mean the encoding is in mpeg-3 layer audio. Try re encoding all the music files using a free encoder or converter, then seeing if they show up on the player.
that message usually means that the audio file is the wrong format for that media player you can download a different player that plays that format, go into my computer and pull up the music files that dont play right click on one and select properties and it will tell you its format/file type
Windows Media Player cannot play several files in the playlist. This might be caused by one or more problems.
To find information about the specific problems, click the Now Playing tab, and then click the blue or red icon next to each file in the List pane.
In some cases, you might encounter this error message if there is a problem with your sound device, such as a sound card or sound controller. For example:
Your sound device requires an updated driver. To determine if an updated driver is available, see Windows Update or see the sound device manufacturer's Web site.
Your sound device is not functioning properly. To troubleshoot the problem, see Windows Help and Support or refer to your sound device's documentation.
You do not have a sound device installed on your computer. Install a sound device, and then try to play the file again
If this is the original player that came with phone, then try powering down and removing the battery for about 20 seconds, then repowering. Phone may have gotten into a weird state.
If you are trying to load the player by clicking on the music file, the file may not be in a compatible format with Nokia's music play. If the file extension is not .mp3 or.wma(windows media player), then this may be the problem. I am not sure it will even play a .wma music file. Check manual, downloadable from net. Open music player directly by selecting it off Main Menu, then look in Options or Help fine in Music Player application.
Barring this, google on the net to find out how to Hard Reset your phone in order to reset it back to original mfg settings. The player file may have gotten corrupted. Note you will loose any files or applications you added to the phone since you received it.
If it is a Symbian OS phone, then you can reload the player application over a USB connection after downloading in to your PC, or find a Symbian third party player, often better than original player and will always play more sound file types.
Does the music file play when you click on it? (Drag the sound icon someplace visible on your slide and preview it.)
If it does play when you click on it, you just need to animate the music. The sound file has to be a part of your slide animation--that's what tells it when to start/stop playing. When you insert a sound file, PPT may ask you whether you want it to start automatically or wait to be clicked.
Or, you can right-click an existing sound file and go CUSTOM ANIMATION. Depending on your version of PPT, what happens next will be different. But you should be able to set the sound file to play when the slide displays without being clicked.