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Download Lexar MDA256-100 256MB USB MP3 Player manual

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Connect the device in Storage Device (USB Mass Storgae) Mode and then format the storage disc to FAT you can use the DOS command: format X: /fs:fat where X: is the storage disc drive letter.

Posted on May 24, 2007

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Connect the device in Storage Device (USB Mass Storage) Mode and then format the storage disc to FAT
you can use the DOS command:
format X: /fs:fat

This idea came from another tech not me.

Posted on May 05, 2008

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when i plug in my lexar ldp-200 mp3 player, the screen on it says usb connecting, and it detects on my pc (winXP), but it asks for driver, and i do not have it on my pc, and it isnt on microsoft update, please help

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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SOURCE: I lost the user guide to my Lexar MDA256-100 MP3 player and memor

http://www.bose.com/pdf/customer_service/owners/Lexar_MDA256_og.pdf

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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Is there a manual for the lexar mp3 mda256-100? My daughter gave me one and it has more features that I would like to use.


Is it packed when your daughter gave you the mp3? If so, there should be a manual in the box. Or download it from Internet.
Yes, music can be saved to the SD card. In fact generic sd is okay.


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Connect the device in Storage Device (USB Mass Storage) Mode and then format the storage disc to FAT
you can use the DOS command:
format X: /fs:fat

This is from one of the other techies, not me

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Connect the device in Storage Device (USB Mass Storage) Mode and then format the storage disc to FAT
you can use the DOS command:
format X: /fs:fat

This idea came from another tech not me.

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The solution is correct. I emailed [email protected] and received an email the next day with a firmware patch that reformatted my player.
Just an FYI, this did NOT work under Vista and since I had an XP media center laptop sitting next to me I didn't play with it. On the XP system it worked flawlessly. I ended up with a fully functional MP3 player again, nothing in the folder at all and it only took a minute.
Send them an email and I would expect you'd get a response within 1-2 business days. As mentioned, my response was within 18 hours.

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It is likely that the files loaded are not true MP3, therefore the PC -which can cope with WAV and other formats will play them but the player that read only MP3 cannot. Are you sure the files loaded are truly MP3?

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You need to change your USB Port... try the back of your computer. Or you need a firmware update.

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Ok will thats funny.... formatt the unit by accessing it through to my computer on your desktop , right click on my comp go to manage and then go to disk management and format it. Also try different usb port.

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