When I plug my gigabeat into the computer, My computer makes the mounting sound, immediately followed by the unmounting sound. The Unit Says Connecting, then Done, immediately following it. It would be simple enough just to send it in but is there a way to figure out what's wrong?
I have already tried hooking it up to different USB ports, turning it off then on again, and switching off the battery, and switching it back on. I can't see it their is something wrong with the usb connecter, but it charges the Unit just fine.
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To transfer music files to your gigabeat, simply connect it to the PC via USB cable. A gigabeat window will pop up on your screen and will direct you to WMP 11 (make sure to click the "Complete" button, or it will not take you to WMP 11). Once you're in WMP 11, assemble the list of music you wish to transfer and press "Sync". The program will automatically begin transferring data to your gigabeat.
There are programs like sound taxi that will do it easily but they do charge for them. If all of the files are on your computer just add them to iTunes and they'll all transfer to your ipod. If not just transfer them from your Gigabeat to your computers music file. Add the file to your iTunes and then sync your ipod to your computer and all of your songs will be on your ipod. Unfortunately without paying for a transfer program you will loose all of your playlists and organization files.