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If the autoplay menu doesn't show up, just go to My Computer and double click whichever drive the USB is in. If it does, just view the files, then find and double click the music files you have in the flash drive. It should open whatever music player you have on your computer and play the music.
Hope this helps.
Have you already tried to do disk cleanup? It deletes all your temporary internet files, which eats up a huge part incase you havent done this. It only deletes files in the recycle bin and other locations. Go to Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools then Disk Cleanup.
Also, if you have disk partition of other drives other than C:\ then it would be advisable to transfer your files like pictures, movies or music files to that drive.
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You are most likely copying the wrong music file format to your MP3 player. MP3
players can only play music files that are in mp3 file format. You can copy
these music files to your MP3 player after converting then to mp3
format. Please click on this link for instruction on converting music files
Hi there, there are many ways to copy /transfer music to your player. Here¡¦s a common and simple way to do this process using Windows Explorer. Follow the instructions below: -Connect the disk storage (MP3 player) to your computers USB port. If the computer pops up a window asking what do you want windows to do? Click cancel. -Right click on My Computer and click on Explore. A split window will pop up and display the contents and drives on your computer. Look for the drive Removable Disk (E:) [The letter drive may vary depending on your computer] This is your MP3 player. -Next, drop down My Documents and click on the My Music folder. If you store your music files in a different location then find that folder. -Take a file from the My Music folder or where ever you store your music files, click on the music file drag and drop it into the E: Removable Disk on the left of the window. A window will pop up and display the progress of the copying. Repeat the process until your player is full. You have completed the file copy/transfer process! If this helped, then please rate, thank you!
Plug the device into your PC via the USB cable, open "Computer" in Vista or "My Computer" in XP, find which removable drive it is listed under, for example G, H, I, K etc. You'll have to double click on each one of them until you find it. Once you find it, search the folders for the music you wish to erase, highlight it, right click, then click delete as you would with files on you PC that you want to erase and you're go to go.
Try this.Hook your Camera up to the Computer,Go to Computer and click on the Drive for your Camera.Then Drag and drop songs on to the file.If this does not work try the media player,With the snyc button at the top,And making a playlist.
All your data/music are store on your Hard Drive (HD). If you got your old hard drive back, you should able to see all your files. Changing your mainboard doesn't effect what you saved on your HD (pictures, music.....) .
As for the icon for your music, you can dowload and reinstall muscimatch, then all your icon will reappear as you saw them before. With any windows system, certain file are assosciated with certain file. ie word document will have a ".doc" file extentsion. Wonce you reinstall Musicmatch, musicmatch will be your deault player thus having your old icons back.
FAT (not fat like you think, FAT means File Allocation Table). That means its corrupted, can be fixed by formatiing.
Over a period of time your info can get corrupt from transering music back and forth.
To format plug it in to usb.
Go to my computer
It shows up as a removably disc, usually drive f:
Right click on drive f: (or the approriate drive) and click format.
Let me know what happens, you will have reload the player, also try bypassing the software you are using to tranfer, by opening up drive f: and clicking and dragging your music into it , or you can copy and paste it into drive f: