You can devise a process using WinAmp which would probably work with Musicmatch, but I prefer WinAmp. Well hopefully someone can take a whack at mine. The manual states if you have over 2500 files, it is best to do this from Windows. But it starts having problem later on due to overused circuts in other words, it's hella old but alot of problems are due to dropping it on hard ground. Then my brother got me a Sabdick 512 mb Memory stick. You need to go to and download the freeware rename software and add Alphabetical renumbering. Maybe just emptying the trash icon would do it.
Mine can go for 12 - 24 hours with nimh batteries like this. Unless someone posts a resolution here I suggest showing restraint. Any better sd player out there? After that, when I turn it off and on again, I get this weird little popping noise, and it skips half to most of the tracks, insisting on playing at best, five or six of 65+ tracks. My sortdir program simply automates this whole moving-files progress and applies it recursively to whole directory structures. I had just unplugged my Lyra from my computer after I finished adding some more songs. If you have Vista, you can use Windows Media Player to transfer music to your Lyra.
You can now convert your music to. You will now see your playlist in the Playlist menu item on the main screen. Otherwise, for no sane reason at all, the installer tries pathetically to be an uninstaller. The new firmware allows your player to read. After that I when I rebooted I only get two notches on the reboot percentage and it stays there.
So if you have files named 101. One of the first things that i have done since i have gotten it back out is to put that thing into it. For some reason, this seems to work right only if I keep things in that subdir, instead of putting everything in the root; program can't sort drives, just subdirs of drives. When ever i get to the songs that are on the memory stick, my lyra freezes up. If I pile lots of songs in one folder, the limitations are side stepped, and I can now fill my gig card plus the onboard 256Mb! I put the Lyra back together and then turned it on.
My audio files are neatly organized on my computer's hard drive. We believe we can best answer your question by having you call a Thomson representative on our direct Lyra line at 580-634-0115 Monday - Friday 8 a. All help and suggestions appreciated. I have had it for about 2 months. Called help line and was told to send the puppy back for a replacement. If I hear back from them I'll post it here.
Sometimes I go weeks without a lockup, sometimes several times a day. It never has problems with recognization. I downloaded about 40 songs to it and everything was working fine. I copy and past my files from my hard drive to the player then profile the contents. It comes up in my computer as drives E and F.
No matter what I do I can't hear the other songs they just won't play- if anyone knows what I should do please help asap!!! Some of the files transfer exactly the same. It can lag, corrupt files, and even skip whaaaat! After buying the second one to replace the one I smashed while acting on my bad temper, I actually sat down this time with the new one, and solved my problem! My problem however is that the device says that my card is regestering the the device. I was working fine then. Also I think it is limited to reading the 1st 8 charecters, then it again is random. Oct 25, 2007 Your problem is MusicMatch. When i first got it i had no trouble at all, but now. Further, this is a fresh reinstall.
Still all I got was a blank screen. Something I could do to maybe fix it? There are a couple of tricks to the older Lyra's; 1. It came right on into the normal menu! It might not work properly. The MusicMatch software makes a mess of the files and never saves a playlist properly. Good luck other people, I hope that this is the same thing that happened to your player and that you can also fix it! Also if you want more than 138 files to show up make a folder for each 138 files. If you want to know more or withdraw your consent to all or some of the cookies, please refer to the.
With WinAmp open, press L to open the file selection dialog and navigate to the directory with the album, or music. I feel really dumb right now. In my mind it's not worth fixing as this static discharge or overload it's getting will happen again eventually. I recently bought a memory card and downloaded some music to it off of my labtop. It would be greatly appriciated.
Am I just seeking grief? This makes listening to books on tape not work at all. It plays songs in alphabetical order. My computer just does not detect external storage devices. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. If your music is all ready in wma format you can use windows media player to send the files to your player. I take out the battery and hold the stop button down for 10 seconds. When my son plugged it in everything went black and hasn't turned on again.