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MP3 Player Transfer Problems


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ceegee

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Now, when I transfer mp3 files from my comp to my mp3 player, it plays for like 10 seconds then it goes to the next song. I don't get why it's doing that.:whistling:

Here is the pic of my MP3 player:
http://www.cobyusa.c...cat=mp3&pscat2=

Any help would be great.:blink:
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do the mp3's play correctly while they're on your computer? are you using the mp3 player's software to transfer the songs or are you just dragging the files over in explorer? does the mp3 player have a play mode called "intro" or something to that effect? i know on some cd players that there is a mode such as that that only plays the first little bit of the song so that you can find the song you want if you don't know what track it is...i believe some mp3 players also have this option.
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do the mp3's play correctly while they're on your computer? are you using the mp3 player's software to transfer the songs or are you just dragging the files over in explorer? does the mp3 player have a play mode called "intro" or something to that effect? i know on some cd players that there is a mode such as that that only plays the first little bit of the song so that you can find the song you want if you don't know what track it is...i believe some mp3 players also have this option.


1. Yeah, they play correctly on my computer.

2. I copy them from my comp to my MP3 player

3.I don't think so.
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did your mp3 player come with software?
have you tried using said software instead of the copy method?
where did the files come from to begin with?
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did your mp3 player come with software?
have you tried using said software instead of the copy method?
where did the files come from to begin with?


I came with a drver, but that works. I've tried moving the files, but it messes up the files. I usually get them from Limewire.
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well...there's an issue....we do not support issues with P2P...i would assume thta this may be a root cause of why your songs aren't playing...

try ripping a cd that you OWN and see if the files get corrupted when transfered...other than that...this thread is closed
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