I have a Base Digital MP3 Video Player, Model GK902. I have not had any trouble syncing songs to it off CDs, but I am having trouble syncing songs from my computer that I have downloaded from Big Pond Music. They told me that it may not be Digital Rights Management v10 compatible and to contact the manufacturer or the Microsoft website for updated device driver or firmware. I can't find the manufacturer on the box or in the manual. Can you help?
i have a model gk902 base mp3 player, base meaning target, but i cant find the manufacturer's website or contact detail either!
i have the gk702 and i cant even put itunes music on it it is in the folder but not able to listen or watch, can any find the site or tell me i can listen to it on the mac format
My daughter got one for her bday Aug 20 and it white flashed now won't work, my suggestion is take them all back to Target and write a complaint. They are rubbish and you should tell all your friends to never bother buying one from there. Stick with known brands!!
Its a pieace of garbage. After about a month on any ear phone one side won't work. Then you'll have problems and won't be able to access it on your computor. (I had to format it three times in one day!)
its not just base its any that have that interface. this is my second with that interface and the same problem occured both times.
Don't listen to the last person!! they arn't that bad!! I have one. its just some people are to stupid to know how to use them and then think they are rubbish! try reading the instructions and maybe it will work!! My did perfectly!!
hey i have a 4GB Base MP3 video player and it has everything except for the game in the menu. in the instruction manual it says that the menu is like this: MUSIC/VIDEO/PHOTO/RADIO/TEXT/RECORD/EXPLORER/GAME/SETTINGS
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--**Windows Media Player**-- If you have a large playlist to transfer, you may prefer to do it from your media player, such as Windows Media Player. Once your MP3 player is connected to the computer, open Windows Media Player. Click on the "Sync Music" tab. Drag songs that you want from your Windows Media Library over to the "Sync Music" column to create a playlist. Click the "Begin Sync" tab at the bottom once you have all of the songs on your playlist. This action will sync all of the songs to your MP3 player with one click. Disconnect your device once songs have been transferred by clicking on the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon in the bottom-right side of the desktop tray.
You have to use Windows Media Player to transfer songs from your computer to the Sansa. If the songs are already on your computer, then you are good to go. Just open up Windows Media Player, click on the sync tab, and then drag files to the sync area, and click Start Sync. If the songs are not already there, do yourself a favor - only sign up to a music service that gives you the songs in mp3 format. WMA's are too problematic, and will lead you to ask a million questions and deal with a million problems. Stick to Mp3 format only, and you should be good to go.
if it doesn't sync, don't worry just open the folder where the music files are stored on your computer, connect your Sony Walkman to your computer and highlight the music files you want to add to the Walkman and select (copy these files) a windows will open for you to select the place you want to copy to, select your mp3 player and click on copy to copy the selected music to your Walkman
NOTE: if you Sony Walkman has a specific folder for music files, you need to move the songs you copied from your hard drive's music folder to the music folder on your mp3 player for the player to recognize the songs in order to play.
This link gives a video instruction on how to load music and videos and pictures to your model of GPX product. In the second column on this page, click on the bottom green arrow. You will need to allow pop-ups in your browsers to get the video instructions to come up. Good luck!
I have a Base Digital MP3 Video Player, Model GK902. Can you tell me which video format it supports. I have uploaded WINDOW MEDIA AUDIO/ VIDEO files in it, they are not appearing in the folder in which I have stored
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the best way to put music into the mp3 player is by using windows media player 10, click on sync and put all the songs you want in the sync list then click on start sync and it should sync properly without any problems.