Question about Samsung Audio Players & Recorders
My Windows XP PC thought that the MP3 Player had a file that was to big to automatically install but it didn't notify me of this. I eventually solved this by going to:
- Control Panel.
-Printers and Other Hardware.
-Look at the options panel on the left.
-Reveal the options by clicking on the down arrows.
-Click on the 'Add Hardware' link and plug the MP3 into the computer using the USB cable.
- Follow the prompts. Select 'Yes' if the compter asks you if the hardware is installed.
-Find your MP3 on the list.
- Install the MP3. If the computer asks if you want to install a driver, select 'Yes'. Follow the prompts.
This will not work on Apple Macs or Ipods. If this solution does not work, then there is something wrong with the MP3.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
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