I went on this trip and I plyed my mp3 the whole time. When I came back i put a couple of new songs on there. i was listening to the songs and the battery let out. I replaced the battery and tried to turn it on but the screen would only flash. When I got home that day. I connected it to the computer by the usb cord. Now all it says is loading, then shows a blank screen and starts to shut down. It's really frustrating and i really want to hear my music. So if you could help me I would be really happy
Try calling the costomer survice line. Then catalog all of the things you were doing while you were listening to the mp3. Did you drop it in water? Was it out in extream cold or heat?? Has it been on for more than 5 hours at a time. Sometimes your system will over heat if you have it on to long. I hope I helped, im not an expert, but still I own one of these, so i have some experience
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There are a couple of things you can check. Make sure they are all the same bit rate MP3 songs. Some units will only play low bit rate songs (up to 128 kbit) and some of yours may be high bit rate songs. Also make sure they play them using a laptop or home computer to check that they have not become corrupted. I went through the same frustration a while back with my car, and after trying a few things, I gave up and loaded them all back on again and everything them worked fine.
I've had this happen a couple of times in the last 6 months. You can get it to play again by chosing the format option from the settings menu. Of course, then you've lost everything you had loaded on to it. Download your music/audio books again and they will play.
I also had this problem and I finally figured it out. I usually use the Windows media player to put my songs on my t MP3 player I used itunes 1 time to put a few songs on my MP3 player then i went back to using wmp and i kept getting the invalid license message, i put the songs on itunes and put them on my MP3 player and they worked perfectlly
that is because the songs have not been transferred to your ipod yet....connect your ipod to your pc....open itunes.....select all songs from your music library and drag them to your ipod icon....the songs will start getting transferred....therafter you can listen them on your ipod too....
You could use the Sync option on Windows Media Player 10 and try it like that, if that doesn't work try loading it directly into the MP3 by going to :computer, F:drive, music and then just add it there. or maybe the songs you are adding aren't MP3 or WMA format depending on what format the MP3 accepts.
Mine did the same thing. The hdd1630 seems to let some of the songs you don't want any more snake their way back into your playing list. You might want to try deleting all the songs off or it and re-syncing the player. This works for me about 98% of the time. Though, one or two ghost songs did pop up.. Any way, I hope this helps.