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First, you have to put some music files in memory card using a card reader or using data cable.
Then you need to update media library to see the music files. DO the following:
1. open music player
2. Select Option
3. Click Media Library
4. Again go to option and select Update Library
You will see all your music files in music player.
I was having the same problem, here is the solution!!! Apparently there were some updates made by Adobe that needed Sony e-readers to re-authorize their accounts. Not convenient, I know, but here's the easiest way to fix it.
In your library, delete the new books that you imported since it stopped working (make sure you have them saved somewhere else or are accessible from the purchase store)
Close out the Reader Library application and disconnect your e-reader.
Re-connect your device via USB port to your computer (no waiting time needed).
Go to the ebook store icon on the left-hand side > then in the ebook store page, select "sign-in"
When you sign-in, you'll see a note indicating that your device is not authorized. Select "Authorize"
Once you've selected this, go back to the Library screen.
Import your files once again and then you should be able to drag and drop them back to your e-reader.
1.open music player
2.Open options(left selection key)
3.Go to music library.
4.there is an option called as 'update library'
one you select this it wil update your music player with the music you added.
Music player--->options---->Music library---->Update library
Oh this problem. I have personally battled with this as much as I possibly can. lol.
So first the Video needs to be in "Windows Media Player Library". SO open up windows media player, update it if needed. Go to library and you can drag where the files physically are into the library. Next select the media player and go to stream> more steaming options. See if you can see your xbox on that list and alolow it to connect.
Turn on the 360 on the my xbox tab go to video marketplace> wait for a second and on the bottom of the list you will see your computer if its on the same network. Select it and you should see your movies.
The problem is that the Archos stores library information separately from the actual files on the device and the library must be updated whenever the files are changed.
To manually update your library: From the main screen on your Archos 605, choose the Settings menu from the bottom right corner and select "System".
If there is an "Update ARCLibrary" button available, then click that button and see if it updates your device.
If the button is not there, or does not work, then try temporarily switching the "UBS Preference" setting to 'Windows Media Device" and closing the Settings screen. This should invoke the library update. Once updated, you can switch back to PC Hard Drive Mode.
You need to set your iPod to update manually, instead of syncing automatically when you plug it into the computer.
To do this, plug your iPod into your computer, and on the iPod info screen that pops up in iTunes when your iPod is connected, click "Manually Manage Files." You'll now have to click and drag your songs from your library to your iPod, but now you can also play songs on your computer directly from your iPod and delete songs from your library without deleting them from your iPod at the same time.
Make sure that your hdd is connected to the power supply
with the AC/DC adapter. Launch the Digital Media Manager DMM
application on your PC.
Click PREFERENCE to enter
the preference menu, click BROWSE to select the folder where you keep
all your music files. Click OK and then DONE to get the music into the
Click EASY UPDATE at the bottom of the Library/Device view to activate the easy update screen
Click the UPDATE LIBRARY or UPDATE BOTH icon to transfer new content from the music library of your computer to the hdd.
the update finish you may click on the removal icon on the task tray to
stop and eject the jukebox. When a message saying the USB device can
now be safely removed from the system appears click OK.
Unplug the hdd from PC and enjoy your favorite music on the move.