I've posted this in the wrong forum so I'm posting it here, too. I've tried putting a new CD onto my V Plus 4GB but everytime I try the Media Explorer won't open. And I've tried opening it on different user accounts on the computer as well, but nothing works! Help please! Thank youuuuuu! Stephanie x x
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Maybe you do not realise that you have posted your statement onto the washing machine forum ;-0(
Try reposting onto the TV FixYa forum and it would help the guys and gals there to help you if there was some more information, please ;-0)
Thanks, John C
If you pen drive is not visible in my computer or by using windows explorer. Than you can use the windows drive management utility. I will post the instructions for using this utility in the next post as they are too long for a single post.
The bit rate and sampling rate that you set for the mp3 format was possibly wrong. Since the 4GB player obviously isn't an HDD6330, I can't tell you what those rates are, but they are on the spec sheet that came with the player in tiny writing (or in the back of the manual sometimes - 50/50 with Philips). Go back into the Rip options in Windows Media Player and set the bit rate to 128. Once ripped, select the Properties for one of the song and find out the sampling rate. If the sampling rate is wrong, you can use a free program called Media Monkey to convert them to the right rate.
Another possibility: the songs that you initially converted were in CDA format. When you went to resync the songs that had been changed to mp3 format, the Philips read them as "already on the player" and ignored the format changes. Delete all the songs off the Philips and resync the songs that are in mp3 format. Good luck!
Hmmm when you plug it in to put music on it do you use the sync manager thing? thats what i use and sometimes it says theres no player connected even though there is, so i just keep plugging and unplugging until it works.. but then if that doesnt work i just go to "Zen v series media explorer" it like lets you upload music there too.. hope you find something that works!