Before I explain my problem, here’s my system setup:
I am using Windows Vista Home Premuim, SP1.
Fuze version 02.01.17f
I’m using WMP 11
I connected my fuze into my computer’s rear USB ports, initially in MSC mode and double clicked the device when it showed up as a drive. I tried to drag and drop my music into the music folder and it seemed fine until the transfer froze when it encountered a media player XML file. I would also occasionally get a message (which I can’t quite remember exactly) to the effect of “the file or the destination is corrupted and cannot be transferred.”
When the transfer froze, I cancelled and then disconnected the player. I tried this a couple more times with no luck.
I next tried to do the same, but in MTP mode. Again, I had the same problem.
I next tried to use Windows Media Player. When I connected in MTP mode and fired up WMP it recognised that the Fuze was plugged in, and let me enter the sync menu. I dragged my files into the sync box and initiated the syncronisation. The progress window showed that it was working, the Fuze’s screen told me it was writing, but after two hours and 7gb of files, I turned my fuze on to find that none of the songs had trasnferred.
Well, 65 had transferred at some point, but this is where it gets very strange.
When I delete the songs in the fuze menu then turn it off then on again, the songs are still there. When I format the system, then restart, the songs reappear. It doesnt so much free up the memory as temporarily delete the database. I really don’t know what to do, because it seems to be locked in some kind of stasis where I can seemingly change the settings while it’s on, only for it to revert back to how it thinks it should be next time i use it.
It’s basically a flashy coaster at the moment. I tried updating the firmware but I dont know if that worked, and I can’t use media converter because it refuses to install on my computer, telling me to free up 125mb hard drive space, while I have 250gb free.
Message Edited by vyleside on 06-09-2009 03:28 AM