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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the file is corrupted then there is no way for you to play nor listen to it. If the player is saying the file is corrupted and to test if the file is really corrupted please try to do this steps. Connect the player to the computer. Open My Comptuer window and open the player locate the file and try to copy that file to your desktop and play that file. If the file copied and played successfully then that good. If not the only way to prevent this is to format the player. Change the player to MSC mode then connect to the computer and open my computer and right-click on the player and choose format remove the check on the quick format and click start to format the player. Formatting the player will delete all the files and data on the device and it will fix any bad sectors that would cause file corruption on the player.
Posted on Jul 22, 2007
SOURCE: MacBook Intel and GPX MP3 Player
The GPX MP3 Player will not recognize .m4a files. You must convert the files to MP3 files first. To do so, in iTunes, click "Edit, Preferences". Change the tab to "Advanced". Inside, there should be a second tab control. Change that to "Importing". Change the "Import Encoder" to "MP3 Encoder". Close those windows. Select the song you want to convert to an MP3, right click, and choose "Convert selection to MP3". Then, locate the file that was created, and put it on your GPX. If you want to convert your entire library, just select all files using Control+A.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
I have Vista and when I open MY Computer after I've connected my gpx mw3847 it shows up as GPX (F:). I did not format it. If I right click on GPX (F:), the drop down menu shows a FORMAT item there. But I can drag or copy songs to it without having to format it. The (F:) stands for the drive letter so yours might be different.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
If you have an mp3 player like the one shown in the picture, then just flick the hold switch on, then flick it again to off. This should work. It worked for me.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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