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SOURCE: Can't get itunes to work
The error message “The folder iTunes cannot be found or created”. It was referring to the My Music directory that is usually located in the My Documents folder on the partition containing the operating system. The iTunes software creates an iTunes folder in the My Music directory on first start and if that directory is not accessible it will throw the error message and fail to load.
Since this error is related to the My Music folder it is important to check the directory path of that folder in the Windows Registry. This is best done by using the shortcut [Windows R], typing [regedit] and hitting the [enter] key.
The fastest way of location the two locations that contain path information for the My Music folder is to use the search by pressing [F3] and entering [My Music] in the search box. A click on [Find Next] will start the search and reveal the two locations.
The test computer system did not have path information listed at all. This can be changed by double-clicking the My Music key in the Registry and changing the path to an valid path manually.
The two Registry locations that list the My Music path are the following two:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders
Make sure both point to a valid path on the system. Once the path has been changed iTunes will create the iTunes folder in that location and start up without this error message.
Please back up your registry before doing this. messing in the registry can make your computer stop functioning.
Make sure you follow the correct registry entry.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
I have this same system and it looks like the USB playback is lacking this feature, of switching folders. A workaround is to use shuffle play to jump to one of the last songs in the first folder, then turn off shuffle and skip forward a few songs until you get into the next folder....and so on. Not very good, but for this price I was glad to have USB playback.
Some generic MP3 players will work in the USB port, but they play exactly the same as a USB drive. SO no real solution for this.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
The receiver may not be set to recognize MP3 files.
Press and hold "sound setup" until the unit enters setup mode. Rotate the volume knob to "play mode" and press "enter". Check that the setting is CD/MP3 (not CD/MA), or rotate the volume knob to change the setting to CD/MP3 and press enter again. Press and hold "sound setup" again until the unit exits sound setup.
If the files are still not recognized, I'd try using a different USB drive, a different computer to write the MP3's, and/or a different application to download or rip the original music content.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
I discovered exactly the same problem. I get an errormessage saying that there are no music-files inside the folder.
I discovered, that creating a ne folder from the Windows-Explorer (not copying, but creating!) I can afterwards store mp3-files inside that are displayed correctly. Even if I ove from the PC-side those mp3-files on the SD-card that are supposed to be invisible, they are also correctly displayed. I assume there is a bug in the camera-software. I have asked Vtech to provide a solution. We will see.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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