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Possible that some of the files in the GoGear are not to the requriement of the player. So download the media converter and download the files to be transferred to the player. In the first place connect the player to the PC and move OFF all the files , delete the memory to be free and then reload using the converter .
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Try this: Connect your MP3 player to your computer. Open "My Computer". You should see your MP3 player connected. Right click on it. Click on FORMAT. This should completely wipe everything on your MP3 player (except for the original necessary files that came on it origianlly). You should then be able to get all of your space back.
- Connect your MP3 player to your PC/Laptop and use 'Windows Explorer' to locate the drive for your MP3 player.
- Right click on the mouse while pointer is on your seleted MP3 drive and select 'properties'
- This will show your actual 'Used space' and 'Free space' for your MP3 player.
- If you are using more space than you thought, double click on your MP3 drive to display your files in 'details' mode which will show the 'missing' individual file size details that were previously loaded.
Hope it helps!
Two Gigs is 2048 Bytes, which is then formatted (Fat32) and loaded with approximately 20 Mb of Software. When you connect it to your computer and view it as a mass storage device, it tells you that there is approx, 1.832 Gb of free space, because that it is how much of the 2 Gigs still free. The software can be downloaded from GPX.com product support page. the download is 19.3 Mb. That might mean that after you have installed them on your comnputer you could erase them off of the players drive and pick back up most of the shortage. Probabbly when you have to reformat the drive and reload all of your stuff again, you might notice slightly larger usable space. I'm just getting mine loaded now, and haven't had any issues. But the warnings on the sheet that came with it about changing some setting and having to reformat the drive before the player would play again, due to copy writes, and the fact that they include applications for reformatting, and flashing firmware. I Get the feeling that the fix for many of the problems you might encounter is reformatting. Hopefully it is as easy and as fun as it sounds.
New Players have a format selection on their settings menu, it you find it select it, Certain MAC OS computers do not format thing right. If your player does not have a format button, use a windows computer. Your hard disk might (the mp3 hardisk) might have corrupted
I had the same problem. I had formatted the player's drive using Windows explorer and the got this error: "File Format error" while trying to play any mp3 file.
I went to the command prompt. Deleted all files:
E:\> del *
Then I copied the MP3 files again in the T.sonic MP3 player. All MP3 files played fine after this.
The card will not add to the MP3's memory, it shows up as a removable disk on Windows Media Player version 11.
Otherwise, you can manually drag & drop files thru My Computer>Removable Disk (*).
FYI, the memory card will only support un-protected MP3 files, not Rhapsody or other subscription content. Also, you will need to free up some space on the player to allow some free space for the database to accommodate for the additional music.