My MP3 player's screen doesn't work...it shows nothing when I start it (power on)...but my MP3 still working...I can still listen to music in it...but since the screen doesn't work...it was difficult to me to change the folder or use the another function...
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Some of the files are not being read to do incompatibility issues.
- if there is a specific folder music should be in, put them all there (this includes subfolders) - if it only supports certain lengths and characters, rename the mp3"s not being seen - try recoding the files if they don't work. maybe some are different and are unsupported. An example would be a wma file if your mp3 player doesn"t support the wma format.
If you hold the power button for 20 seconds it will shut off. I had the similar problem where I unplugged my Insignia NS4V17B frozed on the bluetooth initializing screen. I turned it off then back on and it is now working fine.
This may be the mp3 player that is wired badly. However, you may taking
the battery or disconnecting it from its power for 10-30 seconds. Also,
power down the computer
and wait for 10 seconds -30 depending on the amount of times the
computer has been shut down for the week. Try downloading its driver so
that the computer will recognize this hardware.