Question about MP3 & Digital Media Players
SOURCE: mp3 player
Well Claudia, I'm unfamiliar with your MP3 player, but I find that if you meddle with it enough to get it to do what you want, you'll eventually get it right. Don't worry about breaking it, you won't do it at all by pushing buttons - just so long as you don't throw the MP3 player out of frustration ;) It's all very much trial and error. Some MP3 player instructions are awful. Good luck!
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
SOURCE: no driver for mp3 player
The problem here is that while Win98 has basic USB support it does not implement the full specification - in particular it has no generic mass storage driver support. realizing this, most manufacturers used to supply specific drivers for their own devices, however anything made/sold much after 2000 assumes you will have XP (which has implemented the full spec, as have OSX and Linux) and simply list XP as a requirement (even though it isn't).
Although Microsoft (who want you to buy their newer product) will never supply these drivers, free third party alternatives are available (such as here).
This will allow connection of any MP3 player, Digital camera, Flash USB drive, External USB harddrive, CD/DVD drive or most any other USB device with storage.
For this to work properly any proprietary USB storage drivers should be removed (first preferably, or you'll have to troubleshoot removing them when the associated devices have problems later, but the generic version will work as well) .
For some devices (such as the Sandisk Sansa E250) you may have to set the style of USB from the device (to MSC from MTP in the case of the E250).
When the USB device is plugged in the first time it will ask where to look for drivers, the driver install above will put the necessary CAB files in your windows' directory in a folder called "OPTIONS\CABS" ... One removable "drive" will be installed for each data source (in the case of the E250 there will be 2 - one for the built-in storage and one for the SD-card expansion slot).
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
SOURCE: DISK ERROR WHEN I TRY TO USE MP3
I had the same issue and just connected the device to my computer USB connection and performed a quick format on the drive and it now works. You will be warned that reformatting the drive will erase all the data, which will happen. But you can simply reload your music and be back in business... Rod
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
SOURCE: MP4 player on different language
try to reformat your player so you can you use it properly and to enjoy it instead of keeping it right? so that's it ok goodluck n_n!!!!!
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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