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I can't find my songs or hear them

When I plug my mp3 player into my computer it shows all the songs I have downloaded, but when I play my mp3 player all the songs will not play and I go through the menu to find them but I can't find them. The menu is confusing to me. I was glad to get more memory but I am not happy if it will not play all my songs. It does not go in alphabetical order or I am not understanding how to use the menu.

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  • dongrim1999 Jul 01, 2008

    Hello I downloaded alot of songs in my muvo v100 1 GB mp3 player approximately 45 songs were downloaded to the player and only 14 songs are displayed and play?? at first I thought it might be in a different folder but still unable to find the music what do i do??

  • BrigitteHo Aug 06, 2008

    The songs that won't play are MPEG 4 files. Why won't MPEG 4 files play?

  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2008

    When I turn the player on, it shows no music, however when I plug it into the computer, all the music I put on shows it is there. I have tried moving it from all the subfolders, no luck. I have also tried moving files from the music folder to library a & b. It still does not show any music on the player.

  • sharondp105 Jan 03, 2009

    Same problem...........songs listed, but wont play. Scroll button very confusing........no instructions in manual given with player. HELP

  • dojora3 Feb 22, 2009

    I have the exact same problem. Only a fraction of the folders full of music files shown on my computer screen can be found or played by the player.

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I came across the same problem with my Muvo V100. It appears that the unit has a folder access limit of some kind (seems to be 24 folders not sure what detrmines the ones it chooses). I synch with Windows media player and it creates a folder called Music in the root. Within that folder it places sub folders named for the band that the music is from. Within those folders it creates yet further sub folders with the name of the CD the music came from and then finally within those it places the MP3 or WMA files. It appears there may be too many sub folders for the Muvo to be able read all the music. I took all of the MP3 and WMA files and pulled them out to the main Music folder. I then deleted all of the sub folders named for the bands and the albums. When I start the Muvo now it allows access to all of the songs. There may be a way within Windows media player to configure the synch so it doesn't create all of these sub folders. I've not checked. If it is then it would eliminate the manual work of pulling the music files out to the main Music sub folder.

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

Are you sure you lookes in the root folder? The player has sevreal empty folders and when you get into the root folder, that's where you find your own folders. Or you should try to get out of the root folder and look into library A, B, ...

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Please ensure all the songs what u need to upload ur mobile properly.then u should goto ur media/gallery and add all songs to ur media player. then its ll be listed out ur playlist. Afterwords u can hear ur favourite songs as ur wish...

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