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I haven't used an Mp4 player... but it should have came with a start up disk or some sort of software for the player. I would open up what ever media player on your pc that you are going to use... ie Windows Media Player... Winamp... Real Player... Plug the Mp4 player to your pc and see if it is recognized on you pc... Experiment with it and see where you get.... you will soon realized if you need to format the player or not. I wouldn't think that you would have to do much to get it going. I know that alot of the mp4 players don't come with much instructions. Many are mass produced overseas, I have heard both good and bad reviews on them... but if the price is right what do have to lose
connect your mp4 player to your pc/notebook with the help of the usb cable provided with the same....copy songs from your pc/notebook and paste them into the mp4 player which will open as a memory device...
I found a manual that is readable: http://www.curtisint.com/html/CustService/Manuals/SYL_SMPK8854B_EN.PDF But it doesnt tell you how to copy music from pc to player1 But lets try anyway; Turn on the player and pc and insert the usb cable! Now wait for abt a min. and on pc in Windows explorer therer should be another driver which is associated with the your player! Now you can copy song from your song folder and drop them in the new drive which apperead when you plug in the usb cable!
It's easy. Use a usb cable and connect it to your computer. It will now show in My Computer as a drive that you can drag and drop files into. Anyway, here is the manual if you want it http://www.laserco.com.au/support/user_manuals/V970_Manual.doc
all mp3 and MP4 players have a built in USB port for connecting it to your computer, connect a USB cable to your MP4 player and the other end of the able to your computer's available USB port, windows will recognise the drive and install it for you. all you need to do is to go to my COMPUTER and double click on your MP4 player drive to open the content of your drive
check to see that the drive is has foldes like MY MUSIC, you can use windows media player to sync music files in your library to your MP4 player.