My sister bought me a CD/MP3 player, it's a Durabrand, but recently I have been experiencing too much troubles with some mp3's, when my mp3 player start playing, I chose random (really don't like a sequencyal playing) and in some song start skipping parts of the song or just stop playing and continue to the next one.
I have already played this cd's in 5 mp3/cd players and has the same problem, could it be that the songs have some kind of protection?
I don't recall knowing about there been something like that, I do know about protections of mp3 to cda, but for mp3 player, never heard about it.
And if is there a protection, how can it be broken, I already double checked that the cd is well burnet and the song has the bitrate that the mp3 player accepts, please need help
Check the mp3 file that you used and see if it is complete. I know a lot of people that don't even check their mp3 files if the songs are complete.
Or it could be bad recording using bad media. Next time when writing to the CD, use a slower write speed and don't use generic CDs. And when writing, make sure that there are no other programs running in the background. Or it could be that your CD is just dirty.
hi bought my kids mp3 players presuming they would know how to get the music from the pc to the mp3 players but they dont!!!, the kids dont know that i dont know how to do it,... obviously i dont, cos im 36 (tapes were a lot easier!!!) was wonderin if any one could spare the time to give me an idiot guide on how to do this (id look cool to the kids) thanx smudge GB
can you help me please i have a mp3 layer and it only hold up to 20 songs i have heard that you can do summit to upgrade it do you no how i can do it
Jeff B. Skeptikal
Paul, ever try reading the manual? Or will that lower your "cool" factor or something?
I have an RCA lyra 2760 jukebox and everytime i try to turn it on it says file load failed, does anyone know how to fix this or where to download the files or software to fix this problem