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MP3 FILES NOT BEING RECOGNISED ON MEDIA PLAYERS (VLC, WINDOWS)

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  1. makkk10

    makkk10

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    Posted Yesterday, 11:33 PM

    Hi there having problems with mp3 files / DJ Mixes.
    Tried everything i can that i've googled but nothing seems too work anyone got any ideas
    ( i'm not a major techy just a user not an abuser ) ;-)

    Many thanks
    makkk10

    I have a 1tb micro sd card with mp4 and mp3 files on it,but the dj mix mp3 audio files cannot be recognised when i play them on a media player, the albums and video files work, just not the dj mixes that i have downloaded from mixcloud and elsewhere. It is like they have been changed somehow because they aren't recognised now and they used to work.PLEASE HELP ....

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    Posted Today, 09:05 AM

    After i have downloaded the mp3 file / dj mix, it worked fine. Then i save it to the HUAWEI 1tb micro sd card, which i just use for storage. Now they won't play anymore. I have other mp3 files/mp4 files saved on it and they work fine, just not the dj mixes. Thats as best as i can explain it...sorry not a techy guy...tried to repair 1 or 2 files but no luck...its doing my head in...


     
  2. Seth Anthony

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    To be clear, these mp3 files open from your computer, and you saved them to the sd card and they won't open from the sd card? If so,

    1) Confirm that the media player that you used to save the files is the same one that is trying to open them from the sd card.

    2) Try saving them to a different sd card.

    3) Check the file type of the sd card files to confirm that the file type is exactly the same as the file as the ones that play.
     
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  3. makkk10

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    The files that work are mp4 files (only fools and horses) mp3 files (albums - Beatles etc) mp3 files that don't work are mixes bu DJs about 50-150 MBs) Thaey start off fine as soon as i downoad them then transfer them to smaller micro sd card to play on mp3 player. I listen then delete but i use the 1tb micro sd card for storage only. When i want to liten to again they don't play at all. Tried all repairs and re-configurations but then they are not recognised at all. it's only DJ mixes that are the problem.
     
  4. Tony D

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    You said you listen and then delete. But you try to listen to the files you deleted?

    I'm not understanding the issue.
     
  5. makkk10

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    no you got me wrong. i delete the files i use on the smaller memory card. they are saved o the 1tb card before they're deleted. someone just told me the 1tb card is fake.
     
  6. Seth Anthony

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    Well then it seems to be something wrong with that SD card, hence my #2 suggestion.
     
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