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  1. #161
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    Mp4

    I can't understand my MP4 I was able to download 24 songs then it states root folder but will not let me delete and restart. Any guidance will be greatly appreciated.

  2. #162
    ashok_111987
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    just make more folders and store not more than 20 songs in each folder.
    it really works

  3. #163
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    mp3/mp4 problems

    Hi, I bought a “Sony” MP3/MP4 (4GB) player in Beijing but I have some problems with it. I can load my music in the MP3 but when I try to play it doesn’t run. Sometimes, I can play 1 or 2 songs but no more and I must delete the others songs.

    Someone can help me? What can I do?

    Thanks.

    pd: Sorry for my english but I don't speak very well

  4. #164
    VINOD KUMAR SHARMA
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    mr

    My dear friends,
    Like all of you i too faced the same problem. I bought one SONY , 1 GB ,
    S-18 model MP3 player cum vocie recorder cum flash drive. All was fine but suddenly after formatting it started showing the meomry as 119 MB only. I too was puzzled tried everything, ultimately i opened up the player to look for the real thing inside, it was a hynix chip ( a BIG chip u can see urself) and when i got the details of the chip from site i was atonished how these peoples( sellers) of MP3 player cheating us. See as under
    usualy we take 1 GB stand for one gega byte but in actual its simply model number the real thing id 1 GB for chip maker is = 1 Giga Bit =128 MB ( mega Byte).

    All details as under :


    It's the NAND flash memory chip, generally a Samsung or a Hynix chip.

    You can find out the real size of your SAMSUNG chip here:

    K9x1Gxxxxx = 1Gb (GigaBit) = 128MB (MegaByte)
    K9x2Gxxxxx = 2Gb (GigaBit) = 256MB (MegaByte)
    K9x4Gxxxxx = 4Gb (GigaBit) = 512MB (MegaByte)
    K9x8Gxxxxx = 8Gb (GigaBit) = 1024MB (MegaByte)
    K9xAGxxxxx = 2x K9K8G08U0M = 16Gb (GigaBit) = 2048MB (MegaByte)
    (1 Byte = 8 bits)

    You can find out the real size of your HYNIX chip here:

    HY27UH081G2M = 1Gb (GigaBit) = 128MB (MegaByte)
    HY27UH082G2M = 2Gb (GigaBit) = 256MB (MegaByte)
    HY27UH084G2M = 4Gb (GigaBit) = 512MB (MegaByte)
    HY27UH088G2M = 8Gb (GigaBit) = 1024MB (MegaByte)
    (1 Byte = 8 bits)

    So cheer up you have got the solution and do make the awareness to others while purchasing a flash drive that its a GIGA BIT or GIGA byte.
    thanks everybody.

  5. #165
    Shah khalid
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    Solution

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    Quote: Roman
    Did you solve the problem??

    I have the same problem



    Dear thats its built in softwares installed.so thats y it takes the capacity of 116mb.dont worry ok

  6. #166
    Vasim
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    Perhaps

    Format by FAT only, perhaps it may work

  7. #167
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    problem in mp4 player

    i have taken sony mp4 player recently......now its showing format error while playing please help me ...........how to download the firmware from the net.........and i am unable to delete some of the files from memory............



    thanks and regards
    sunil

  8. #168
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    i need help

    i have the sony mp4 digital player and i can't seem to get this thing to work for nothing in the world the cd that i have is not loading everything it maybe corrupte or whatnot plus the manual is in chinesse an i have had this mp4 for a year and i want to put some music on it and whatnot so would someone please replay to this and let me know how to go about getting my player to work thank you every much

  9. #169
    rajkumar
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    sony digital mp4 player

    Try formating the memory in FAT and not FAT16/FAT32 in windows XP/Windows 2k.

  10. #170
    rajkumar
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    Sony digital MP4 Player problem

    Try formating in FAT and not FAT16/FAT32 in Windows XP/Windows 2k/ME. You can copy mp3 songs upto a maximum of 115 mb only. The rest of memory is meant for data, video, text files, etc. You can use the full memory for data files.

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