Question about Omnifi DMS1 Home MP3 Player
I plug my omni 512mb mp3 player into my computer, which is running Windows 98, and nothing happens, and i cant put music on it because when i go into the My Computer folder, the drive "E:" isn't there, and thats the mp3 player drive which is meant to come up. I have installed all the drivers that came with the player, please help!
Your gonna need to install the proper drivers on your puter for your usb ports as thats why the puters not reconizing the unit. You should have gotten software for your puter when you got it or go into install new hard ware and install the windows default drivers for USB. Good Luck
Posted on May 12, 2006
You can plug in your u.s.b port and your mp3 should be able to download.LOL,LMAO,LMFAO,LMFFAO,ROTFLMAO!
Posted on Jan 13, 2007
I found that it was my USB cable was broken and that is why I was having the same problem! Please try another USB cable and see if it connects?
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: omni 512mb mp3 player
The file formatt needs converting to mp3 or WMA ive got the same kind of MP3 player and this happened to me it didnt go threw the converting stage it just downloaded straight onto the player.
Posted on Aug 02, 2007
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