The player doesn't require a driver per booklet that came with it.
it worked until my computer crashed. Now I have computer back
up, but it just sits there with an hourglass on the screen, doing nothing.
Every time I plug it in to my computer, a found hardware message comes up requesting to find driver. BUT I don't have a driver because it
never required one before. What can I do to make it work again? It is only 3 months old.
You need to install the desktop manager software which should be available on the CD that comes with the device. First install the software and then connect the device to the computer using the USB cable.
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Well it sounds like a nice mp3 player, What I would do which will make it easier then connecting it to media player to transfer your music into it, You should first connect your player to your computer close any applications that might come on by pluging player in, Then go to the Start Menu click on My Computer, Find your player as a drive that is attached ussually usb if you don't see it. Look at what comes with your player there might be a driver disc thst you have to install driver forthe mp3 player, If not your computer can try to search for driver online but it will tell you that when you plug it in, Also Videos on you tube about that, When you see the Attached drive on the my computer page then click on it and open it, leave it open it should be empty, The go back to start menu and go to the folder where your music is sitting, Open that folder up. If you don't have any music you can copy any CD music to your computer by downloading media player if you don't have it or I- Tunes if you have a Apple computer, AND THEN Rip you cds to your computwer in there and store into music folder, Or buy music online and store into music folder, Then open the folder were your music is, And Pick up the music with your mouse and drag it into your attached drive folder, Drag an drop with your mouse from one music folder to attached drive folder and and then when you get all your music over unplug your mp3 player from your computer, And you are ready to play your music, Good Luck with that.
try formatting or hard reset the MP3 Player & try to plug it. if it's still the same scan the PC for any virus (update it first). also i would suggest that you see the possibility of pluging the MP3 player on to another pC to see if its the same. if its the same issue, you have a issue with you MP3
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use following settings, I use win AVI mp4 converter it works for me,
* MP4 container * Xvid codec * 176x144 resolution * 12.5 frames per second * 9600 kbps video bitrate * AAC LC audio * 2 audio channels * 128 kbps audio bitrate * 44100 audio samples/second ENJOY!!! Harshanaiw
ok no prob u just have 2 relax and be patiant..haha
1st plug it in ur pc install the disk taht came with it..go 2 my computer and 2 the mp4 drive and copy ur music or videos in it but they might no all work and that includes the player ..after that remove it and try playing it on ur palyer