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If you have nothing on it, and it is reading 98% full, it may be that updates of operating software has been installed on top of previous ones, instead of overwriting. iPhones are bad for this, but the solution may be to format the unit and start adding music to your hearts content.
You can change the volume of your naxa nx 144 video player by;
1.Pressing and then holding down the VOL Button for about four to five seconds
2.After you do that you will see the number near the center of the bottom of the screen on the player's screen start to blink or flash.
3.When it is still flashing press the |<< O >>| or what some people including myself call the Rewind or Fast Forward buttons until the number that is still flashing on the bottom of the screen is a diffirent number then when it was when it started flashing earlier.
4. After you change the still flashing number for the player's volume until you get it as loud or as quiet as you desire repeat the first step by holding down the VOL Button once again for about four or five seconds and....v`iola it should be adjusted to your liking now.
Oh yeah before I forget here is a friendly word of advice for you. DO NOT FORGET and leave the volume on real loud and then play your song,video or,ect. before turning you volume back down because it will be REALLY LOUD and REALLY PAINFUL ON YOU EARS.
Thank You and I hope this helps for you.
The NAXA NX-142 came with a miniature CD you must use the CD to install the software called AMV converter to your computer. Then run the AMV converter with the NX-142 plugged into the USB port. You can then convert certain videos like WMV files into AMV files which can be automatically uploaded to the NX-142 be sure to choose to upload the videos into the MOVIED subdirectory to help keep things organized on the NX-142 The AMV converter will allow certain settings to be selected. The manual is helpful but the printing is so small that I can't read it even with glasses. Good Luck
Naxa's website is useless as far as getting product specs. Most likely, the songs you are trying to add are DRM-encrypted WMA files, and they do not have "transfer rights" on them. The solution is to convert them to Mp3 format using a WMA to Mp3 Converter, or to get the Premium (as in, "more expensive") verison of your online music service subscription - the upgrade that includes transfer rights.
Let me know if it is giving you a more specific error message.
I have found that mine looses it's memory due to a dead battery. I have to connect it to a pc, format the player just like you would format a usb thumb drive. When you power it back on, it will flash the memory and rebuild the play list. Sometimes, it will loose my music, but all I have to do is load them back out to the player. It's kinda a hassel, but I don't care because I change the songs on it on a regular basis anyway.
Same unit, same problem. I found that when the internal batt is dead current draw on the USB port is not enough to recharge. I have a USB car adaptor (it is for my kids PSP ) and use it to recharge the batt when it goes completly dead. I keep a eye on the remaining batt life and charge it via the computer USB before it gets to low