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MP3 player not loading music from computer.Keeps saying on MP3 Formated files not Supported

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  • Gazfromtaz Apr 21, 2008

    I have the same problem. They are mp3 files; they play on Media Player and other PC software. It is not happening for every file but happened yesterday when I downloaded about 10 mp3 files from the same site. About 7 work fine on the Samsung, but 3 comes up with file format not supported.

  • dbang Dec 25, 2008

    The "refresh database" screen gets to about 80% through the task bar and then just hangs forever. Brand new sansa, bought yesterday.

  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    screen says refresh database and shutsdown.

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Thanks but I am not sure what your post means?

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

It goes to the screen for refresh database but it dont fully load up

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I found the best way to load mp3's if the converter is not working. connect mp3 player. Go to my computer- then click the philips mp3 icon- open music folder- move the philips music folder to the side and open the folder where your music is saved. then move music from your computer folder to philips music folder.

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