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Someone good with panasonic sv-mp020 please help me!!!what does OVER LIMIT mean?

When i turn my mp3 on, it says OVER LIMIT for a couple of seconds then it starts playing the songs. The problem is that when i try to put more songs into it, it does not add them on even though it says on my computer that they have been added to the device...and i only have 248 songs in it right now, so i don't think the memory is full....what does this mean and how can i fix this???

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Try resetting the mp3 player. You can do this by sliding the hold button over and then turning it on. While on it should say hold. Then you push mode (-)(+)(-)(+)Mode(+)Mode(+)
Granted, that will deleted all the songs you have on there so make sure you have them backed up somewhere you can place them back on there.

I hope this helps.

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After downloading more songs onto the sv-mp020, i switched it on and all i get is wait...its been like ...


There is probably a reset switch somewhere that you will have to find, It will be tiny, Just big enough to put a needle in there. Press that and it should reset without losing any data. If it does the same "wait" thing again then remove any new songs you put on and put them back on one by one to see which one is corrupting the software and causeung the problem. Its a good idea to leave 25% free space on any storage device and especially MP3 players etc.

Mar 24, 2011 | Panasonic SV-MP020 MP3 Player

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Panasonic SV-MP020 Wait Problem


Make sure the usb jack is all the way in the player. Mine had a couple of mm of metal showing and felt like it was in, the display lit up, said 'wait' and then 'goodbye' :-(. Only later did I realise the jack still could be pushed fully in a bit further, and then *bingo*, a working mp3 player

Jun 18, 2008 | Panasonic SV-MP020 MP3 Player

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Help creating subfolders/playlists/album folders


Win XP Pro
Build new folders under your C:\ drive.
Click on the folder that shows under the 'Panasonic Audio Player'
Click and drag your new C:\ drive folders to the right.
The new folders should show up on the MP020.
Cut and paste won't do it, stupid software.

Mar 01, 2008 | Panasonic SV-MP020 MP3 Player

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Connection


should have at least windows 2000 sp4 or xp sp1 as operating system. plug into usb port on computer while computer is turned on. computer should recognize and install it as mass storage usb device and assign it a drive letter. sometimes xp will recognize it as a panasonic mtp device. this doesn't matter, you can still drag and drop files on it through windows explorer file manager.

Nov 15, 2007 | Panasonic SV-MP020 MP3 Player

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Computer won´t recognize my player


format the player from the player ( set-system menu) not from the computer. pull the battery from the player and leave it out for 15 minutes.
reboot your computer. put the battery back in the player.
plug it into the usb port on the computer. worked for me

Oct 19, 2007 | Panasonic SV-MP020 MP3 Player

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My panasonic SV-MP020 mp3 player does not turn on. and when i plug it into the USB, it's stuck on hello. help me pleaz!


Try reseting the unit.

1) Slide the hold switch to on
2) Turn power on.
3) While unit screen says hold, push: (mode)(-)(+)(-)(+)(mode)(+)(mode)

This should reset it.

Source: http://www.fixya.com/support/t129568-frozen_displays_wait

Aug 28, 2007 | Panasonic SV-MP020 MP3 Player

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Over the Limit


maximum number of files is 999 regardles of how many songs you have. maximum number of folders is 99. maximum number of sub folders is 5 per root folder. delete any excess or format the player from the player menu ( mode-set-delete or mode-set-system-format ) not through the computer. you will lose all your songs if you format the player.

Jun 01, 2007 | Panasonic SV-MP020 MP3 Player

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Protected


Sounds like you have bought protected music that will only play on your computer. There are a couple of companies that do this with the music that you buy from them. goto the music file that you are trying to upload to your MP3 player, right click on it, and choose "properties". at the top, there are 3 tabs, you'll only want to pay attention to "summary" look down in the "origin" category...is it protected? If it is, then this is why your MP3 player isn't playing it. It will only play on your PC.

Apr 04, 2007 | Panasonic SV-MP020 MP3 Player

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Firmware issue


go to www.panasonic.com. look for the tab near the top that says downloads or support. enter your model number in the search box. download the firmware. follow the instructions that come with it.

Apr 10, 2007 | Panasonic SV-MP020 MP3 Player

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