Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hipstreet hs 2802 8 gig
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a similar problem when I had to reload my Windows XP. The MusicMatch wouldn't recogzine my Dell DJ and I couldn't locate any plugins. I ended up on the Dell website and downloaded a copy of Dell DJ Explorer. This program uses Windows Explorer to manage the songs, playlists, etc. I used it on my Dell Pocket DJ (5 gb) and it worked fine (after a short learning curve).
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
(windows xp) Open the Device Manager in the Control Panel, locate the Audio Player/MTP Device (should be under Portable Devices).
Right click it and select Update Driver and select the option to browse manually, press Next and select Choose Manually from a list.
Once there you should have two lists (one with manufacturers and one with devices).
The ALiCorp manufacturer should be chosen by default, if not try to locate it (if it does not exist you need the drivers!)
Important! select USB MASS STORAGE DEVICE from the Device list and NOT AUDIO PLAYER / MTP DEVICE!
Press next/install and let it finish, now you should be able to transfer mp3 files to you audio player using your favorite sync software or manually dragging the files in to the correct device in the my computer folder.
The names for the buttons etc may not the correct as my OS language is not english and I assume you have some basic understanding of computers, this solutuion worked for me and some friends who also bought ALiCorp mp3 players (they are really cheap)
This may also work with other storage devices.
A problem I have also had is the FILE SYSTEM error when trying to play songs, I fixed this by changing the battery to an older one (my mp3 player hates new batteries for some reason)
The best thing you can do to avoid things like this is get a proper mp3 player and dont buy this cheap ****, save up cash for a proper one with USB rechargnig as it will save you money in the long run, stay away from alicorp since everything they make is total **** and incompatible with everything (personal experience).
Hope this helps people and sorry for the english but it is my third language.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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