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Help me untill yesterday i was i able to put load of music on my gpx mw3837pink 1gb ovr 200 songs i cleared i think delted something i wasn't suppose to cause now i can't fit that many songs on there right now i have 13 songs on there! PLEASE HELP ME!

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  • LOVESMUSIC May 01, 2008

    untill yesterday i was i able to put load of music on my gpx mw3837pink 1gb ovr 200 songs i cleared i think delted something i wasn't suppose to cause now i can't fit that many songs on there right now i have 13 songs on there! PLEASE HELP ME!

  • LOVESMUSIC Jun 20, 2008

    when i turn it on it says gpx when it's on

  • Nagato Jun 26, 2008

    when i turn on mi gpx it stay in gpx screen and dont change . i need help please help me

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Two problems 1)My sansa clip shut down on its own and when I turned it back on all files were erased. When plugged into the computer the media player still showed 3/4 of the memory still used on the clip...


Its not usles, you can delete the files while on the computer. After having in plugged in you can access it like a flash drive. Then you can open the music folder and delete as you will. Depending on what kind of files you have on it, its possible that i wont recognize the format of the file. I think though from what you've said that it did work, and then stopped playing songs that worked before. So I don't know what to do about that. I don't use the normal way of loading songs onto my Sansa clip MP# player though. I just dump all of my songs via direct transfer into the music folder in the player itself

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Check this link for troubleshooting for the MW3337; http://www.gpx.com/faq_prod.php?id=487&sub_cat=105&model=MW3337 Most of the issues depend on which operating system and which version of media player you are using. post back with that info if you have problems yourself, I think something on that page should explain and hopefully solve your problem; You can also contact GPX from this link; http://www.gpx.com/vw_contact.php Hope this helps :)

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READ MY DETAILS AND PLEASE HELP ME OUT!!!!


first of all you cant do a quick format you have to open the gpx file and manually delete and make sure your battery is out of the player then open gpx file and youre music file hold down the the mouse button on the song you want and drag it to the gpx file and the release its called drop and drag will not sync up with media players on youre computer will cause a error songs vary in size so wont always get the 200 hundred song that the manufacturer says you can thats based on 3mb per song

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I cannot get windows xp media player to load anything to my GPX.


I have a gpx mw3847 and I load songs by opening up My Computer, finding my gpx mw3847 and opening it. Then I go to MY Music where I have my MP3 songs and just drag or copy the ones I want over to my Player. I don't use Windows media player to load songs no any of my players

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I have a GPX ML638B...But i don't know how to put songs in it...How do i put songs in it?


http://www.gpx.com/store/pg/32-Instructional-Videos.aspx

This link gives a video instruction on how to load music and videos and pictures to your model of GPX product. In the second column on this page, click on the bottom green arrow. You will need to allow pop-ups in your browsers to get the video instructions to come up. Good luck!

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Delete music from mp3 player


yes the music can be deleted it's kind of like the syncing process except your deleting ther should be something there to tell that you do want to sync you click on that then go the the songs you want to delete right-click the song and delete

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I have a GPX MW3837 1GB and I need help! Please!


gpx mw3837 finally got the music on it but only lets me fast forward through a song not skip to the next. What if i want to listen to one of the songs added to the player at the end of the list. I would have to hold down the fast forward button forever. Any one with a solution?

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My GPX won't let me take songs off it?


the easiest way to load and unload songs off of it is to go to my computer and look for it in the drives. It should have it own drive letter. When you open it you will see one folder on the drive. Open the folder and there is your music. Now just cut out what you dont want. Or if you want to add other ones just drag and drop them in there.

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If you get the MTP on your screen and your trying to sync it with your computer just press and hold the usb/mtp button and your computer will reconize it [=

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IM HAVING THE SAME PROBS. Y R THESE MP3S LIKE THIS??? OMG IM SOOOOOO MAD

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