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Convert files to WMV so they work with your MixMax you can download the Magic DVDRipper found at www.magicdvdripper.com. You can run the trial 5 times so I suggest before shutting out the program to do all the movies you can. When you do it, under the output folder click on Profile and click more profiles. There will be a Disney MixMax option choose that one, rename your title and pick your destination folder and then click start it will do the rest. When finished just copy and past the movie to either your player or to a SD card.Good Luck, I hope this helped.Please rate me, Thank you.
I had the same issue. I took it to a friend of mine who is good with computers hoping he might be able to fix it........and he did....apparently the HOLD button was slid to the right locking all functions...once he slid it to the left closest to the power button, it worked fine. Imagine my embarrassment...I hope this is all that is wrong with yours as well
After getting the 4MB Playlist error, I decided to play around a little bit with my 8 year old niece's Mix Max. I think I found a few tips that will help others. First off, go into my computer and right click on the drive letter that corresponds with the Mix Max. It will probably be something like E: or F: Format it for FAT32...quick format worked for me. Next, make sure you have the most current firmware. Its downloadable from
Install that, and run the program from your start menu. Make sure your Mix Max is turned off and hold the + sign as you plug it into the USB cable. It will guide you through a reset. Once you complete this, you should be able to process a sync through Windows Media Player 10 or 11. Hope this helps! I've also noticed that some songs will fail during the sync. If you remove those, it seems to help with the error as well. Might just be a coincidence.