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You can always use Frostwire.com and set up a free account-this is where I get almost 90% of the music I have downloaded.
You can also search "free music downloads" on bing and you will get a multitude of sites offering free music. It will take some of your time to sort through each site and each site's music files, unfortunately that is the biggest con regarding this matter.
Hello, For the error 9001 ,i have a solution buddy..Try to format the device (from the General Settings) and the error message
doesn't come up anymore...But The fact is you will lose all you data stored in it..hope this helps you..
Also i will try to find a solution for code 0001 too..Thank you!!
the music is not in the right format and if it is it is protected
download the music from btjunkie.org(ull need bittorrent)
rip the cds in the correct unprotected format, just utilize the properties menu on your media player
Well you certainly used a lot of big words there, and I am no expert, but I highly recommend using Windows Media Player to do all your sorting...It's a huge help. There you can change the tags, artists, albums, etc to fit your liking and it will show up just as you type it.
It seems to me like your mp3 player booting software has corrupt, keep trying it it doesn't work after so long you may need to format your mp3 player.
To format you can use the software provided (if there was any.) If there wasn't any software provided follow these steps below:
First connect your mp3 player to the computer, once you've done that go to "Start" - "My Computer" - now look for something called "Removable Disk" which is your mp3 player, once you've found it "Right-click" on it then click "Format", once format as complete put music back on your mp3 player then, unplug it from your PC/Laptop which ever you have, then try switching it on & the problem should have been fixed.
Good luck. Hope my solution was helpful in some way. Further problems, leave a comment on here and i will get back to you a.s.a.p.
If the player allows you to add music on it via USB as a Removable Disk, then copy all the music off the player onto your computer and then format the MP3 player by right clicking it in "My Computer" and going to "Format...".
Start it up without music and see how it goes, if it doesn't turn itself off, fill it with a little bit of music, then a little more until you either put your music back on, or until it screws up again.
This very thing happened to me, it will say ILO searching updating and sorting, and it will say this over and over and over. I found out that there is a certain file called an XML DOCUMENT and it is named "WMPINFO" and i found this on my computer and copied it to my ilo 1gb mp3 player and for me it fixed my problem and i could listen to my music again. Aparently this is the file to make it run or something, if you need this file I can email it to you my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
When you open the XML DOCUMENT with XML EDITOR it will read: