I listen to books on my muvo v100 and everytime I power it off and then turn it back on it starts whatever part I was listening to over again. The part of the books I listen to are 7 and 8 hours long per part, so if it starts over again it takes me awhile to figure out where I left off. Any ideas of what I did to make it start doing this. I have had my muvo for a couple years and it just start doing this in the last month.
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If this keeps happening most likely you have a bad file on the player. So I would recommend that any files this happens on to remove them and get a new copy of the file from another source to put on the player.
Let me know if you have any more problem or questions
If you have the receipt of the mp3 player, register your product at www.creative.com/register. you will need your model number-it can be found on the mp3 player itself.
but the reason your mp3 player is not playing music is becuase it is out of service life. the only thing it is useful for is storing all of your files and eveything on your computer. it is a flash drive now.
P.S. I know this because the same thing happened to me and I was told what happened.
My MuVo was having problems until I installed the latest firmware. The last firmware release was in July 2007. If you haven't updated the player's firmware since then, try downloading it and installing Creative MuVo V100 Firmware 1.05.01.
I've had my MuVo V100 for a year and can tell you it only saves the bookmark for the last file played. Hence, if you're into a long audiobook, don't switch to another. I've taken to making note of where I am because if the battery dies while playing it will also go back to the last saved bookmark.
TIP: if you accidentally switch away from a book you're listening to, pull the battery BEFORE turning it off -- it will revert to your last bookmark.
I bought a MuVo V100 specifically because a sister uses it very successfully for audio books. I'm still learning because it doesn't seem easy to do, but she managed fine. So don't assume it won't work for books.
The icons are confusing to deal with but the book will be in the "folders." When you find Library A, you push the button thing IN. Then you scroll sideways until your title comes up.
I've done it myself but kind of accidentally. Can't do it twice the same way!