I bought an IItronics 2GB PD MP3 player, I put all my music on it and now i can only play about 20 songs it keeps saying “level up” when i go to the other music in the folders menu. Click “copy this file”. The files seemed to download fine and are visible in the folders but when i come to play them it says unknown format. I then run Syncronise with the “Jockey” software provided with the Jukebox. Look for the folder called “My Music” and open it with a double click.
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I wonder where you got the drivers from,I lost the sofrware disk and also formatted mine would really appreciate any help. It will tell you as it does each track and tell you when it’s finished. Yes Please can I get a copy. Skip to main content. This means that all you can put into the ‘Music’ folder is individual track files, not further folders.
This is the folder you need ready on the MP3 to copy your tracks into. So I assume your using windows XP? I obtained the driver disk for the 20gb Itronics Duke box this weekend and installed it on a winxp pro system. Active Topics Unanswered Topics. The iMP can only cope with a single level of folders.
I feel like such an idiot so any help would be appreciated! Now unplug your MP3 player.
I was wondering if anyone can help me in sorting out my IItronics 1GB player. Cheers Nick, I got this. If you have time a step by step noddy guide would be appreciated. I have bought the same item. Repeat this for each track.
You’ll see the CD album that you’ve copied.
Got to say, the manual is lame in the extreme, but now we know about the folders it’s working pretty much fine. Hey I’m having trouble even turning it on!
Your MP3 can only cope with lots of individual tracks copying onto it.
I bought an IItronics 2GB PD MP3 player, I put all my music on it and now i can only play about 20 songs it keeps saying “level up” when i go to the other music in the folders menu. I don’t know what sort of. Is the box “all Music” ticked so you can Syncronise music to your player? I seem to have copied files onto it quite easily from the computer but when I unplug it from the computer it just flashes through colours and doesn’t show the menu.
I have bought the same item, the software is quite basic but to give you some direction; I have Windows XP, my media player finds the Jukebox and will syncronise all files in my library to it. On the left side, under “File and Folder Tasks” click on “Make a new folder” An icon with a new folder appears with a blank tab for you to type in the name of it.
Close Windows Media Player. I have tried it the way you describe above and when I press mode whilst I’m in ‘local folders’ all I can see is the root file. The trick is to connect the mp3 player to the computer via the USB port whilst having it plugged into the mains. The folders you add are accessed by selecting ‘Music’, then a short press on ‘Mode’, selecting ‘local folders’ and there they are with the ‘Music’ folder.
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Anyway, thanks for the info Nick! The files seemed to download fine and are visible in the folders but when i come to play them it says unknown format. Excuse simplistic language all you Techno Wizards!
Make sure that the folder you drop is a single folder, not eg an ‘album’ folder inside an ‘Artist’ folder which is what WMP gives you.