Question about Toshiba gigabeat S MP3 Player
When I try to transfer files from Windows Media Player to my gigabeat,
I create a sync list, open the sync list in the 'transfer to device'
window, and hit copy. It copes all of the files without error. The
right hand pane showing the contents of my player contains all of the
music from the sync list. It will even tell me how much space it is
taking up. But when I actually unplug the player from the usb and turn
it on, there is no music on it. It just says 'no items ot display'
Is this a gigabeat problem or a Windows media Player problem? My player is a Gigabeat MES30VW, can I use Gigabeat Room as an alternative?
Ok, I figured out a solution on my own.
Remarkably simple - all I did was reformat the player again and then reinstall windows media player.
Although in my travels I came across an article which may help users with a similar problem: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/911091/en-us#appliesto
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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