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See if your player has a "random play" feature... Make sure all 3K songs are actually there.. you should be able to "explore" the properties.. see how much "data" - total amount of data on the drive - is on there... (how big is the approximate file size of 1 song...X 3000 = total amount of data).. once you have made sure the songs area actually there.. try re-arranging them on the drive by file size or alphabetically..Reply on here once you have confirmed the above
have you tried to go into your xmb and view downloaded content and redownload it. It will allow you to download most games 5 times...although I dont know if it considers songs as games. Go into xmb...account management...transaction management....download list.. this will list all of your downloads you have made. Just make sure you use the same account info that you originally used to download the songs and it should let you download them again.....Unless you gave them to 4 of your friends
It's a fairly simple process. First, download and save your songs of choice in a folder you can remember and access easily. Secondly, plug in the iriver (or any mp3, really). My iriver has "power only, power and play and power and data" options. I think you have to select the "power and data". If done correctly, the mp3 screen will have something like "USB connected". Now open "my computers". Find and copy desired songs. Now go back to my computers and open the iriver folder (I think it's in removable storage, I'm not quite sure). Get to the music folder (can't remember what it's called) and paste your songs. Eject hardware, unplug, done!
And when you run it, click the checkbox for "Format Data Area." When the message comes up saying you want to delete all the files, click "yes-" it's worth deleting all your songs if it works properly afterwards. You'll have to re-sync your songs and the downloads take forever, but it works.
Well, I have the exact same problem. Occasionally I can get an MP3 to play, but it only works if I play the radio for about 10-15 minutes and then play an MP3. Sometimes it will work, sometimes it won't...
Sorry I can't answer it completely, tho.