Question about Sharper Image 1612911 MP3 Player
I am not familiar with this particular model, however most basic MP3 players have their own way of accessing files. It should be universal across most, if not all. If you transferred your music by dragging and dropping folders onto the player, you might try just dragging the individual files. If you have just dropped only the files (not in the folder format) and it is doing this, try reformatting the player with the provided software or in the internal menus. Then try reloading the music as I previously described, just the files only not in any folders or sub folders in Windows. I cannot stress enough the importance of making sure you have the music backed up on your computer or another hard drive completely separate from the MP3 player. If you format the player all the music and any files you have stored/saved on it will be wiped clean and you will lose that stuff forever if you have not backed it up. I hope this helps and is the right solution for your issue. Thanks and Cheers.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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