Question about Rio Audio Players & Recorders
SOURCE: Player skips over some songs
MP3 files are not a totally homogeneous group. You have different bitrates, and different codecs that output MP3s, let alone all the MPCs and the likes. You should check what your player's recommended bitrate is, and try to find what is common with the MP3s it can't play. Maybe you get them from the same source. If you rip a cd, and output it to MP3 files, my bet is that either all or none will work, there is no randomness here. The only other option is that the files got corrupted somehow, and the player can't read them. Good luck
Posted on Jun 21, 2006
WAHA i've fixed it it was on repeat intro which means it plays the first quarter of he song so pretty much try to look at the repeat button and see if it is on that.....
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
SOURCE: Rio Cali Sport MP3 Player
I have the same problem with my Rio Cali and found that there are many
out there like us. Looks like we are out of luck because the Rio
website is recommending that we buy a new one.
I've performed various formatting procedures with no hope - even tried a low level format and failed.
As of now, you should consider buying a new mp3 player because there is no solution in correcting the problem.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
Download the songs put them in sansa converter and then they will be on their or you could go to my computer and copy and pate the files on to the music section
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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