When I looked at the player properties from windows explorer it showed that there was no free space on the player.. even though it was blank. I right clicked and told it to format. It works now. Hope this helps you..
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well, for 1 GB, it usually holds maximum of 240 songs. So, u have to multiply it by 16 since its a 16 GB player..However, it will depend on the one capacity coz some have large files (e.g. videos). ok? Cheers!!!
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I had the same problem, and I was ready to take the player back. I was searching under media help and found the help I needed. This is what you need to do: open your media player. Along the top it will read Now playing, Library, Rip, Burn and then SYNC. Sync is what you need to click on. In the area that you would drag music to for a playlist will now have ' Connect A Device'. The rest should be easy to follow. Good Luck!
try viewing directly with Windows:
Open "My Computer" and look for your drive letter for the Jensen. Open it and you will see all of the folders and files on that MP3 player. Try mouse dragging songs into the correct folder of the drive letter.