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I have a Gigaware 4GB MP3 GX400 4-420

How do i make this MP3 player work. I can't even see it on my computer.

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    I have a Gigaware 4GB MP3 GX400 4-420. My pc does not recognize that it is plugged in.

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It's a simple problem just donwload windows media player 10 to read the mtp device... then it will show in your my computer... mtp device cannot read by your computer but if you have windows media player 10 it will read and you can paste mp3 and videos and files... im aron... dont ya forget my name...

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Download the drivers from Creative Labs, or with the disk included with the MP3 player.

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Here is the solution to this problem. When you are installing the device, select the option install software manually, or choose the option that does NOT say install from a specific location. Then it will ask you if you have connected the device. Be sure the device is connected. Click yes, it will bring up a list that includes a mtp player or usb port. Select the usb hub, it will install the usb hub software and then be able to identify your product. Works great for gigaware products, especially mp 3 players. Good luck.

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The install disc has a rhapsody installer and a video converter. its not a Creative product. its Gigaware. i have the same problem. am running XP pro, says its compatible and should recognize, but my pc reads it as a MTP audio device and says there was an error while it was installing. update didn't give me the required driver either. any ideas? The disc did say to install the software first, but its just a video converter and i tried, but it didn't work.

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