Can Coby DP-770 play music and show pictures at the same time?
I bought a DP-770 on clearance. I have a hard copy manual, but it is
not very useful. It must have been written by someone who doesn't
speak English. Does anyone know if it is possible to play music and
display pictures at the same time? I can only get it to do one or the
other, but not both at once.
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Once you connected your EX811 to your computer, and get the
message “Use PC interface to copy files.” That means you can start copying files.
Here are the steps: Copy pictures, videos, and music between
your frame and computer, using your computer's normal file copying tools: 1. Connect the
USB cable from the frame to your computer 2. On your
computer, open My Computer or Windows Explorer. The picture
frame appears as removable drives—one drive for each connected picture source
in the frame, in this order: internal memory, memory cards, and USB devices. 3. Navigate to
the pictures you want to copy. Then drag and drop them to the new location. 4. Unplug the USB cable to view your copied pictures.
I have the same player. Are you just dragging and dropping songs on to the player? I use Windows Media Player 10 to put music on the player. It has a function called SYNC. What that does is take your music from WMA 10 (WMA, MP3 files, etc...) and transfers them to your mp3 player. You might give that a shot. Also, WMA 10 should recognize your player and let you connect with it.
The Coby DP-887 does not have built in memory so one cannot "load" pictures onto it. It is a viewer in every sense of the word. If you load pictures on a flash drive or memoory stick and plug that into the Coby DP-887 then you'll be able to view pictures or video.