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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It sounds like these wma files have DRM protection.
You can still play these songs on your mp3 player, but you must use Windows Media Player to transfer them.
To do this, connect your mp3 player to your computer, then open Windows Media Player. In WMP select "Sync" & you should see your mp3 player in the right-hand pane. Drag & drop your wma files across. It's a slow way to do it, but the only way to transfer wma files with DRM.
Let me know how you get on!
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
SOURCE: The USB function on my
How long have you left it in the head unit while it says "File Check"? With 2.3GB, it may take a while to finish it's check.
Have you tried doing a disc scan of the flash drive with your computer? If there are file system issues on the drive, that could make the head unit unhappy.
According to the manual, file names can have up to 25 characters, but ID tags can be up to 128. It doesn't say what happens if you go beyond those limits. Check your folder/file name lengths.
If you're using a USB extension cord, try it without.
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
i got mine about an hour ago and it works fine. don't drag and drop music files, sync them to the mp3 player using windows media player.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
1. songs which have copyright protection on aren't recognised by the player
2.you can't convert from WMA to MP3
3. you can't drag and drop from a CD you have to rip it first. i suggest you use windows media player for this as it is very quick you just put in the disk and click 'RIP'
4. you can down;load the latest media converter from the philips website which will actually convert things
5. try upgrading the firmware (from the philips website) you need to download the new device manager and then follow insructions from the web page
6. try reparing your device using the new device manager (it will delete anything you have on there
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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