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That player is set up for playlist transfer through Windows Media Player 10 only - you can either: 1) rollback your Windows Media Player to ver. 10; 2) attempt the firmware upgrade by running the Update tab in Philips Device Manager (may not work); 3) reinstall the installation CD - select Repair as your choice - it will add a plug-in that it may have skipped during initial installation. Good luck!
That player is set up for playlist transfer through Windows Media Player 10 only - you can either: 1) rollback your Windows Media Player to ver. 10; 2) attempt the firmware upgrade by running the Update tab in Philips Device Manager (may not work); 3) reinstall the installation CD - select Repair as your choice - it will add a plug-in that it may have skipped during initial installation. Good luck! -Tha Mp3 Doctor
These directions only apply to the Philips SA6045/37:
It's not going to be easy, because you will have to do two undesirable things: 1) Set your player up for auto-sync, which will result in the player adding unwanted media files to your player without your consent - and possibly overloading your player; and 2) You will have to roll back to Windows Media Player 10.
If you ask me, it's not worth it, but here's the procedure:
Playlists can only be synchronized to your player via “auto sync”. Autosync will automatically synchronize your Windows Media Player library content and your player content each time you connect your Player to the PC. If you use the “manual” sync option the tracks in the playlist will transfer to your player but the playlist itself will not.
Hook up the Player to the computer, allow a few minutes for the Windows Media player to recognize and detect the connection of the Player.
Click on the Sync tab.
Click on “Sync settings” or “Set up sync”
In the pop-up window, select the playlists that you want to sync
Click “OK”, the sync will start automatically
Note: playlists never show up in the device panel under the sync tab of Windows media Player even if they are on your device. Check on your device whether you can see the playlist.
You MUST use Windows Media Player 10 - Windows Media Player 9 or 11 will not transfer the playlist correctly. Once you have version 10 installed, then the instructions in the HDD6330 user manual will be accurate.
Use Windows Media Player to create the playlist, and then transfer them to the player by dragging the entire folder to the sync window, instead of dragging all of the files within the playlist to the window.
You can make the playlist on Windows Media Player frst, and then drag it over to the sync tab for the goGear. Or, you can left click on the GoGear icon in Windows Media Player, and click on "Playlists".
One of the pesky features of windows Media Player is that if you delete the song/playlist from the computer's harddrive, and then resync your device to that same computer, then oftentimes the song/playlist disappears. Reacquire the song/playlist, and then try resyncing to the goGear again.