Question about Audiophase MDP-1 Personal MiniDisc Player
My girlfriend bought me an audiophase kp 1000 when I upgraded to WMP 11. I have Windows Vista as an OS. I have had no problem with either the computer "seeing" the mp3 player or WMP 11 seeing it. Then all of a sudden wmp 11 does not recognize it anymore. the only thing I did different from the last time I downloaded songs on to the mp3 player was I bought a sandisk cruzer flash drive for my data. How can I get wmp 11 to rcognize the mp3 player again?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Ok for the KZ111 and KZ100 audiophase. turn the mp3 player on. then plug it into the computer. the
player will start charging. Go to windows explorer or my computer and you will see it listed as a hard drive. Create a folder called music.
Posted on Oct 07, 2007
plug the mp3 player into the computer, then turn it on, after that hold down the play button until the battery gets a line that starts moving back on forth on it, this means its charging, also do the same to turn it on
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
SOURCE: Audiophase KP1000 MP3 player
I bought 2 of these, and they both react the same way. I tried Media Player and WinAmp with no success, so I started dropping files to it like a USB key, and that was only partially successful. For certain files it comes up with a message about the thing disconnecting from the system (when it hasn't) and if I skip that file, it will work with another one (it's random the files it doesn't work with - nothing odd about the file or filename). Then, there's files that didn't get fully transferred, and have screwed up files / filenames, and it won't let me delete them (something about the way Windows XP is looking at the device maybe?) Any tips? And the big question - is there a web site anywhere? There is a support phone number, but I hate using 90% automated systems that end in someone I can't understand (they only speak Engrish).
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
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