Question about Bose Battery for SoundDock Portable Digital Music System - Black

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Base MP3 player model MP713A

I bought a base mp3 player and whenevr i plug it into the computer to put songs on it, one one two messages come up, they are either:

the disk is write-protected.
Remove the write protection or use another disk,

or

the file could not be coppied
It may not exist or is being used by another program.

how do i fix this????

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  • Anonymous Feb 08, 2009

    Mine does the same except when I try to put files into it it says the correct file pathway could not be found or something like that.

    It's SO annyoing! Sometimes it works and lets me upload some and then it says there's an error and the Mp3 folder appears empty, even though sometimes I can listen to songs on it.

    Does anyone have a solution or is mine broken or something? It appears Base is pretty crappy.


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Your mp3 is probably on hold or it is damaged some way

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Stop being ***

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This might help, some front usb ports installed as standard on some pc cases don't seem to work too well with certain hardware. For example, my mp3 and steering wheel go mad if I use a front port, however if I use one of the rear ports directly attached to the MB everything works fine. This problem can be made worse if you use a usb hub and Vista seems to add another layer to the problem as it can be a little flaky at times.

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