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HP Jornada 430/430se Palm-size PC - Troubleshooting HUM MP3 Player

Introduction
This document provides information about troubleshooting the HUM™ MP3 player for use with the HP Jornada 430/430se Palm-size computer.
Troubleshooting the Hum™ MP3 player
Problem
Diagnosis/Remedy
Music becomes distorted or “broken up” when working with some other programs.
The other programs require computational resources that affect the playback quality. Certain operations, like transferring files between the palm-sized computer and the desktop computer, cause this problem. To ensure smooth playback, do not open more than two programs while Hum™ is playing.
Changes made to Volume or Mute control in HP Settings are not updated in Hum™, and vice versa.
Changes made in Hum™ or HP settings do not take effect immediately. Remember to stop the Hum™ player before you mute the system in HP settings. This helps save battery power.
Tapping on an area close to the actual Hum™ graphical button can activate the control.
Accurate tapping on Hum™’s control is dependant on the Hum™ “skin” that you are using. The actual control of the buttons may fall outside of the graphical button that your Hum™ “skin” is showing.
Double-tapping on the control causes Hum™ to stop working (lock up).
Activating controls on Hum™ requires only single-tapping. When Hum™ seems to stop working, try doing one of the following:
Single tap on the logo of the Hum™ (yellow musical note) on the task bar.
Single tap on the bTASK logo on the task bar. Press the Power switch off and then on once.
Any one of the above wakes up Hum™ from lock-up mode, and a dialog box appears. Close the dialog box. Hum™ is active again.
Inserting a different Compact Flash Card that has the same Playlist name as the previous card causes Hum™ to stop responding (lock up).
Hum™ locked up because it cannot distinguish between the two cards. Connect to AC power and perform a soft reset.
TIP: After inserting a new Compact Flash Card, tap Tracks, and then Update List to update the Playlist.
Cannot use a Playlist with extension “.m3u”.
The Hum™ player version in the HP Jornada 430/430se Palm-size computer does not support a Playlist with extension “.m3u”.

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