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Windows media player not wotking

While using media player for music, media player froze, now when i go through music icon as soon as i click on a song it says loading song then is automatically kicked off, when i try to go through programs, i click on media player and it does nothing, i just noticed my phone now doesnt ring when i try to change ringtone a caution box appears saying" file corrupted, select different ringtone"

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    while using media player for music, media player froze, now when i go through music icon as soon as i click on a song it says loading song then is automatically kicked off, when i try to go through programs, i click on media player and it does nothing, i just noticed my phone now doesnt ring when i try to change ringtone a caution box appears saying" file corrupted, select different ringtone"


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While using media player for music, media player froze, now when i go through music icon as soon as i click on a song it says loading song then is automatically kicked off, when i try to go through programs, i click on media player and it does nothing, i just noticed my phone now doesnt ring when i try to change ringtone a caution box appears saying" file corrupted, select different ringtone"

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Take all data-backup & get a hard-reset... if you have a virus checking application, check your device for virus/bug ; you can get virus checking applications free from the web for your PDAs... Hard-rest will solve your problems... be sure to take your backup of data & contacts...

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SOURCE: ringtone file corrupted

pls go to start >Programs>fileExplorer>select music file u want to set as ringtone, and then long tap on the file for like 4 sec a menu will appear u can select set as ringtone and ur file will be set it is the std procedure for it
if it helps then fine otherwise

pls try resetting the device but first backup all data bcoz all programs and data will be lost in this process kindly backup first

hard rest factory default settings = when ur set is switched off press both buttons call and end key and then press power button on upside of pda for like 5 sec screen will appear asking to format all data take out ur card if u dont want to format that now confirm by pressing the centre action button in 4 side joystick and go

if not solved then go to www.htc.com for latest Rom update downlaod and update backup ur data first

pls rate me FIXYA foir this

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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Ringtone file corrupted


pls go to start >Programs>fileExplorer>select music file u want to set as ringtone, and then long tap on the file for like 4 sec a menu will appear u can select set as ringtone and ur file will be set it is the std procedure for it
if it helps then fine otherwise

pls try resetting the device but first backup all data bcoz all programs and data will be lost in this process kindly backup first

hard rest factory default settings = when ur set is switched off press both buttons call and end key and then press power button on upside of pda for like 5 sec screen will appear asking to format all data take out ur card if u dont want to format that now confirm by pressing the centre action button in 4 side joystick and go

if not solved then go to www.htc.com for latest Rom update downlaod and update backup ur data first

pls rate me FIXYA foir this

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You need a mini SD card do to this. If you are using windows media player it will be the easiest to sync:

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Windows Media Player should detect the MiniSD
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Step 5: Select your songs and drag onto the right side
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