I have a problem with the music files in my playlist
After some files were deleted from the m:robe 500i they stayed in the playlist and i don't know how to remove them from the playlist. Secondly when I try to add new music it doesn't show on the playlist. And when i try to play a song there's a sign which appears : "Search failed" and after that there's no way i can remove it from the screen or if i remove it somehow i appears back immediately. If someone knows how to fix those problems please write a solution.
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click start all programs accessories scroll to windows explorer open you should see all of your computers drives
navigate to the playlist select the music files you want to delete right click select delete
if you need more help with this post a reply
hope this helps you
it, drag the System Folder and the Index.mum filedirectly onto your
m:robe. then pull it off the dock. you might have topush reset. and then freshly install the m:trip software from http://downloads.olympus-europa.com/consumer/mrobe/m-trip/ENG/mtrip_english.zip aftertht
the firmware make sure tht u reset the player ..afterfollowing all the
instructions of the firmware try to synch the playerto check whether it
detects music and finally restart your m:robe totake effect..!!
Mine did that to me a few times. One thing you could try is to make sure the driver is activated. Do this by using the start menu and clicking run. then type in msconfig. the go to the tab services, and make sure the program Mrobeservice is checked and running. Hope that helps!