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FP3 PLAYER- TRANSFERRING MUSIC FROM PLAYLIST TO FP3 PLAYER

Help me please! I have just purchase THREE FP3 players for my children. I am windows xp compatible and have successfully downloaded my cds onto the fisher price software. all good so far i think until i try to download the music onto my fp3 player.the usb cable is in place but the software just doesnt seem to recognize the fp3 player and is telling me to connect my fp3 player with the usb cable. Can you please tell me where i go from here, christmas is just around the corner! i have the same issue

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I had the same problem and when I spoke to Fisher Price they had me format the player. Very quick and simple. Go to My computer, Right Click on the Drive the player is on and click on format. I did not have any songs in my computer yet so I don't know if you will have to redownload them after formatting. The player works great now and my daughter loves it.

FYI- Software is not comaptible with 64 bit computers.

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You need to try to connect your player to another USB port if you have 2 or more Port available in ur computer. there may be some conflict between USB ports.

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