When i open up a music file, WMP espcially, there is a message that says "drive not responding" well something like that and then when i check audio,video and game controllers theres : "Audio Codecs", "Legacy Audio Drivers", "Legacy video capture devices", "Media control devices" and "Video Codecs" my friend says theres no drivers for my sound, i tried the scanner for compatible devices, but no changes appear, not that i can see..
i also tried the toshiba sound driver download, it has a error message saying "Driver not found, reboot and run this setup again"
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use windows media player... open WMP connect your player it should recognize it... use this to sync music to your sansa...you highlight the songs in WMP right click ... go to add music .. select sync .. once you get the songs into a sync list ... you just sync the sansa...
Hello my friend, how are you?
Regarding on your problem, you can do the 1 time search in all your music files regardless of their individual format by using Windows Media Player Software which was pre-installed already in your Xp after you install your OS XP in your computer.
Using Windows Media Player you can group all the music files you have in computer per title, artist, album, genre or even date and names. To do that kindly follow the steps below:
1. Open Windows Media Player located at the program files in your computer. In case you cannot locate it kindly click the START BUTTON located buttom part of your scree. Then click ALL PROGRAMS or PROGRAMS then WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER. I case WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER is not their Click ACCESSORIES then goto ENTERTAINMENT then Locate WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER.
2. After you locate and open wWindows Media Player or WMP kindly click the tab Library then suddenly a consule messagebox pop-up asking "Would you like to search music in your computer?" then kindly click YES Button then let the WMP search and gather all the Music files you have in your computer.
3. Next time yo log in WMP you can goto directly to the Library and select the music you want to play which was sorted automatically by WMP.
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Go to start : All Programs: Accessories: right click on Command Prompt, click run as administrator. click continue: you should see C:\Windows\system32> type there regsrv32 wmp.dll
It should look like this C:\Windows\system32>regsrv32 wmp.dll
(make sure to put the space in between 32 and wmp)
An info box will appear. Click Ok then restart.
That should fix it!
gtalk is fully compatible with wmp 11. if it stops showing the current track, open wmp, right click on the bottom pane, goto tools-pluggins-options. select background, check gtalk. that should solve ur prob.
Connect your mp3 player to the computer with the USB cable provided.
Install the software provided or use a program to synchronize it [Eg, Windows Media Player]
If WMP does not work and you do not get sofware with it simply, Open My Computer, Look for your mp3player's file "Audiophase-something", Open this folder.
Keep this folder open and open the folder where you music is stored.
If you do not have music on the computer yet, rip music to it using WMP or download some using Ares or Limewire.
Now that you have both windows open, drag the music to the music folder of your mp3player.