I just recenlty purchased the Kanguru micro mp3 pro..I was able to download the disk and music and now I get a message saying disk error..this is frustrating the heck out of me..if anyone can help, please let me know..thank you..thank you..
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I have a sansa 250 mp3 player. i recently just got a new computer. as i tried to download music onto my mp3 player a message kept popping up saying that i have to install new hardware. it tried to install something called mtp for my sansa. then it said that it would not be able to install because i do not have the installation cd. i did not need the installation cd when i first got this mp3 player. what do i do if i do not have the installation cd?
Thanks in advance
There is probably a routing problem on your account..thats why it wouldn't let you download. Yes you can change music to ringtones. They need to be less than 20 seconds or it will recognize it as music instead of ringtones. Any audio editing software will do. I use wavepad 4 just because I already had the pro version. You can search "wavepad" on yahoo and the first one will let you download a trial. All the features are availiable and when the trial runs out...delete and download again. Just save the file as an MP3 and then transfer to your micro sd.
Try going to http://www.apple.com/ca/ipod/download/index_cgi.html . Download that program, install it, then open it and plug in the ipod. If it works u should be able to click restore and your ipod will work.
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Is it possible that the computer is using the mp3 only as a flash drive? if so it's not unlikely that a defect is causing it to shut down when on it's own.
I would do a firmware update, assuming it will reset some things and put them to order.
but you really should take it to the shop if there's a chance for a warranty covering this