To begin with, my pc started to skip when using any media player or using any process. I opened the back two covers to reveal nothing was loose. After replacing covers the laptop beeps four times when turned on.
Go into your BIOS and review your settings. The beeping was to notify you that someone has opened your computer (a security measure). Check that your settings match correctly with: hard drive, RAM, and procerror speed (not set to Turbo if that is an option). Also, are you running more than one anti-virus? Are you running Windows Defender?
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do you have CD's you like... you have windows media on your PC... place CD unto CD tray close it...open Windows Media Player if its not open by default... hi-light the track (s) you like by clicking on to it now copy and save to a music folder (name it ???? what ever u like)... repeat this for CD's you like (you are saving on to your computer).... now plug up your Zune, go to start/ my computer/ open up Zune .... go back to start/ my computer find your music folder (you should have 2 windows open now) copy and paste or click and drag to Zune from the music folder.....
there are others these are the tops......... you download one these on to your PC.... once software is finished..... you can begin downloading mp3 files......... you will see that can retrieve by artist, name of track or album...... again you will point to your music folder to store download mp3 file also. and you will do the same process to get it on to your Zune..........
Try one of these solutions... should help you fix the problem.
1. System Restore (How to do? - Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System restore) .. Select a date when your media player used to work and restore the system.
2. Clear startup. (How to do? - Start > Run > Type in 'msconfig' > click ok to open the application, select the 'startup tab' and click on disable all, will stop startup apps... system will get a little fastser too)
no, actually, you can't. it leaves off on the song you finished listening to after you turned it off. i know it's irritating, but you just get to listen to your songs in the order that you put them in.
1. Formatting the player erases all files in the player, and oftentimes this is the best option to ensure that all files are removed and any corruption eliminated. Also, it is best to format the player when in MSC mode. 2. When the appears as a drive letter (under MSC mode), right-click on that drive letter and select "Format". On the "Format" pop-up window, click "Start" to begin the format process. 3. Follow the on-screen prompts and safely remove the player from your PC when the "Format Complete" display appears. 4. Unplug the player from the PC and when the player is powered up, the message "No Files" should appear on the player's LCD screen 5. Switch the mode back to "MTP", or continue to use "MSC". Note: It is best to use "MTP" when you are transferring subscription music to the player
***Or you can use windows media player to format your player....
Open up your windows media player and click on the sync tab..assuming that you have windows media player 11...right click on the device and hit format..if you have windows media player there should be a little pen or pencil on the right side..just click on it and hit format.. I hope this helps. :)
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Follow the process on the Philips website -FAQ, "I have upgraded my Windows Media Player from 10 to 11 and encountered problem with synchronization and detection of unit by PC? What could be the problem?"
-skip over the part about updating the device drivers if you wish
Just find the songs details, and unclick skip when shuffle!! OR Windows media player 10 and 11, are almost the same, I use both, and I don't really know the difference. Go to start, click contrl panel, then change or remove programmes. Go to windows media player 11, and press delete! It won't delete it, it will change it back to windows media 10!!