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The player has a mini disk driver that does not want to be accepted by myiMac - I don't want to force it in and when I do put it in as far as it will go(into the larger slot located on the side of my iMac) it comes out,time after time.
I have connected the player via the USB connection to my computer and it charged the unit. At the iTune site on my computer appeared to downloadi a song but can hearing nothing with the ear speakers.
Opened the icon for the MP4 on my computer and see this from:-
Stuffit Expander message -The file/Vol./MP4player/mtplist.bin does not appear to be compressed or encoded.
Obtain further info. about contents of this file from sender or provider of the file. (don't understand this message as can find no contact # for Missil in the User manual (which is very poorly illustrated etc.)
I also went on line and downloaded Xilisoft MP4 Converter for Mac and tried to download that on my player -but get the message at the end of the install that there is nothing to install - yet the downloaded Xilisoft indicates it contains 26.7 MB
p.s. The pkg.containing the MP4 player had the Mac. icon on it so I assumed it would work with my Mac. -but maybe not.
Do you think I should just take the blank/blank thing back ?
-really getting frustrated.
Thanks so much for your prompt reply!!
The Missil digital player has been returned to the store, as it is not compatible with my iMac.
Please do not charge me as none of your advice was helpful, and it was through my own efforts that I
discovered that the unit was not suitable for my iMac.
I will keep you in mind for future problems I may have, as I intend to purchase an iPod that will
work with my computer.
1) Windows Media Player 9.0 or above
2) Microsoft DirectX 9.0 or above
to run the driver.. ....****
well for controls
Hold the NEXT/PRE. button to change the date and time
Hold MODE for more option/ more things to be confused about.
Instail the driver and use media maneger to sort your Music
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
To change the language, using the Mode button, move to "Settings" which has the gear/cog symbol (like in a manual clock). Then hit the front button beside the screen. That should give you 8 options. The bottom one is "Reset" which I assume is to factory settings. The third from the bottom is "Language Select" so move that one and hit the front button again. For me, the first one on the list of languages is English.
For SETTING THE TIME, SG101 said to hold the FF/RWind buttons. I thought he meant that would activate the time set up screen. But to get where you need to be to change the time, you have to enter the Settings mode, select "Date & Time", select "Adjust D&T" then you use the FF/RW to move up and down the list of Yr/Mo/Day/Hr/Min and THEN to set each of these, press and hold the FF/RW button and release it when you get to the right number--that part is tricky! Once all those numbers are correct, you need to hit the front button ("Enter"?) to actually set the date and time. If you don't and use the Mode button to leave the screen, it will go back to the time it was before you started. "Display on System bar" means to display the date and time at the top of the screen and "Open" means "On".
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
How can you add mp4 files to the mp4 player... i want to put on my ebooks and i cant
Posted on May 03, 2010
Look man wen u smell your chese all ur problem goin to be solveds
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
Also got the shuffle-alike mp3 player. Found that it works exactly like any USB mass-storage device under Linux. Plug it in to USB port, mount it as a flash drive, put music on -- it plays it. The CDROM that came with it was all Windows executables and it works normally so I didn't bother upgrading.
Not the greatest sound reproduction, but not the worst either. Don't expect any kind of shuffling, though. It just plays in order. What can you expect for $15?
No. It *definitely* does not record unless they've somehow managed to easteregg an interface with 5 buttons and a switch. I tried buttonhacking it (trying odd combos to see if anything would happen), but no luck so far.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
First, the following drives were unable to read the (new) supplied cdrom;
DVD ROM 10X
Samsung CDROM SC-148C
LG HL-DT-ST DVD RAM GSA H55N (still on retail market) :-/
I read it with a LG HL-DT-ST CDRW/DVDROM GCC-H12N
I installed "MP3 Player Utilities 5.09" on a "XP Pro SP3 N" [no Windows Media Player] system and and got an error when it started and it didn't work. It worked on a similar system with "Windows Media Player 11" and the it worked on the first system after "Windows Media Player 9" was installed. Both systems already had "DirectX 9c"
MP3 Player Utilities 4 is available at;
I don't know if it works.
More CoDec's were required. After trying several CoDec packs the one that worked is "Combined-Community-Codec-Pack-2008-09-21.exe"
"MP3 Player Utilities 5.09" doesn't handle DVD's very well and it's best audio offered is 96 kbps, a better solution is "AVS Video Editor"
The free demo leaves a intermittent logo on the output file.
To convert a file With AVS Video Editor 3.1:
Click "Import Video".
Navigate to and select a file, select and copy the filename to the clipboard.
Drag it to the "filmstrip" window on the bottom, if there are any other files there, delete them.
Right click the file, click "Properties", click the "Properties" tab and scroll to see the audio bitrate, note it and click "OK" or "Cancel".
Click "Save Movie".
Click "To AVI".
Set these parameters in the dialogue box;
Video Format: XviD MPEG-4 Codec.
Framerate: 30 fps.
Frame Size: "320 x 240" for 4 x 3 or "320 x 200" for 16 x 9 or you may have to leave it at "Project defaults".
Height: 240 or 200.
Audio Format: MP3 - 64, 96, 128, 192, 256 or 320 kbps, select one equal to or lower than the source files bitrate.
Frequency: 44100 Hz.
In the next box you may paste the filename in field 1 and select a destination in field 2.
It'll be faster if you close the "XviD Status" window and uncheck "Conversion Preview"
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Hello having problems adding the cd to pc
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
How do you remove a song off the Missil SD-2801 ?
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
I just bought the missil sd2801 mp4 player and i'm having problems setting the time and date. i know how to get there but the problem is i can only change the very first number like in the date, i can only change the months and in the time, i can only change the hr. how can i move to the days and years, and to minutes? i tried everything. i read the manual too and it doesn't say there. please help me
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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