Question about iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player
I have a red Omnitech MP3 (long and skinny one). Today I plugged it into the USB port and everything was as usual. The computer recognized my player and I went to transfer 2 songs from my hard drive and as soon as I went to paste the file transfer bar didn't show up. Then the wizard popped up and said it didn't recognize the storage unit and did I want to format it? I didn't but now when I turn on the player I get ''File system error" What have I done and how do I correct this? I have pushed all the buttons on the player and nothing changes. The volume numbers are working but there is no sound. Thank you M Ruddell
Yoou can only have so many files/folders in the root directory of the Omnitech MP3 player. Just create a folder and put all your songs in it and you will no longer have a limit (except the capacity of the drive)
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
It is a comman problem once you format the player i will works asusall when formating the player use the quick format and set the file system to fat and format it thats all
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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