I have to admit, I got a little nervous at first....... I too bought my on sale at Walgreens. :)
Anyway, your computer needs to recognize you MP3 player. First, make sure the small sliding button on the leff side is set to the OFF possition (down). Than switch the MP3 to the MTP mode by pressing the top button on the right (you'll see the mode change on the screen). When both of those things are in place, unplug the player, and plug it back in. I have Windows XP, and media player 10 (which is required for this method to work).
After READING DIRECTIONS and a little patience, I'm loading it with music as we speak. :) I'm actually looking forward to work tomorrow...........
Untill yesterday i was i able to put load of music on my gpx mw3837pink 1gb ovr 200 songs i cleared i think delted something i wasn't suppose to cause now i can't fit that many songs on there right now i have 13 songs on there! PLEASE HELP ME!
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If you normally create a profile for your GPX on your desktop computer. Delete that profile, and then add back your GPX to your computer via the cable and it should work. I presume you are using windows XP?
If you are using Windows Vista with Windows Media Player 11, you will need to follow these instructions. Note: You will be able to download purchased/subscribed songs to the unit.
1. Start Windows Media Player 11 and then connect your unit to your computer. If you have not set up synchronization between your computer and this device, the Device Setup Wizard starts. 2. In Device Setup - Configure Sync, write a name for your mp3 player. 3. Click Finish. The window closes and the Sync feature in the Player is displayed. 4. From the left pane of this Sync feature, you can select from Playlists or Library and you will see the content of these folders in the center pane. 5. Select the songs or entire albums from the center pane. 6. Drag these songs or albums into the Sync List, which is the right pane of the Sync feature. 7. Click the Start Sync button on the Sync List pane. 8. Repeat steps 4-7 for any other items that you want to copy to your unit.
On windows XP pull up windows explorer go to my computer and look for your mp3, towards to bottom of the list. click on the + next to the name, then click audio,music and the album name for the song you want, right click on the song, then delete.I just tried it on mine and it worked. I haven't tried windows 2000 yet. Hope this works for you
mine did the same thing (I just got it today). I just kept messing with the on off button and somehow it came on.. Now I can't get it to shut off.. the only part of that button that seems to work is hold and unhold now.. lol.. I cant see letting my battery wear down all the time leaving it on.. so I may be returning mine so i can get a replacement.
yes the music can be deleted it's kind of like the syncing process except your deleting ther should be something there to tell that you do want to sync you click on that then go the the songs you want to delete right-click the song and delete