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Re: exactlly what type of connection do i have to buy to...
I think it needs the 5 pin usb cable, but don't take my word for it. Check on the i-bulldog if it has anything that looks like it fits the picture i'm attaching. At least that's what the newer ones take.
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First check if your songs are on the .mp3 format. If you loaded the songs from your computer, check the file name and see if it ends in .mp3. Some MP3 players do not support other music file types. Check the manual or packaging of the mp3 player to see the supported formats. The formats can easily be seen at the end of the file name. Remove the songs from your mp3 player then upload them again in your player.
Are you running the most current version of iTunes? If not try upgrading. After that, try seeing if there is an firmware upgrade. If there is, try upgrading that too. Then try reuploading songs. If it is still not working, it might be damaged or just not working anymore. Only use Itunes when uploading songs to ipod regardless of type.
yes you can your mp3 player can play both wma or mp3 types of format so if you have songs in your windows media player or you have a other sorce that you use to play your music with you can upload your music to your nextar,it should have came with a usb cable plug 1 end into your nextar and the other end into your computer to upload any of your downloaded music including any music that you have stored on your computer off cd's or and music that you got off the internet.
It sounds like you have a memory problem. You need to check to see what type of files they are. Select a song in itunes and choose get info from the file menu, then check the format. If it isn't aac that is your problem. Convert the songs to aac, it takes awhile but will free up memory. Also check the actual memory usage. Connect your ipod to comp then select it in itunes, open the ssettings tab. On the bottom is a colored bar showing how much memory and the ipod uses and what it is for. If all else fails resort to the five r's.
I uploaded one song from my mac, but when I tried to put a CD on, the mp3 got messed up so I reset the mp3 player, and then couldn't put music on anymore now matter what I do, so I have a blank Insignia :(.
ok. so you have lost your itunes or cant get into it?
just simply go to google and type download itunes. a selection of different websites will come up. clik the site that suits your need. then just follow it step by step.
their are over 11000 problems with this sansa 4GB player. IT is strongly recommended not to buy this ...My screen frozen, computer undection USB, songs deleted by itself, something error.and ETCCCCCCCC>.. latino, ur right, try reseetinn it , then unistall drive..might fix the problem..good luk ..