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Trouble with Windows not recognizing driver for IPAQ MP3 player

It was a gift for my son for Xmas. When I am in WMP and attempt to sync device the message comes up " One of the USB drivers attached to this computer has malfinctioned and Windows does not recognize it, un plug and plug back in device, if same problem ahppens replace device" Is it the UBS cord thats faulty or is it my computer. I read that this is not compatible with Vista, my versison of WMP is 11 not 7

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  • jdoxakis Dec 27, 2008

    One more question. This player has 32 MB MMC cards, is there a way to upload music to the cards

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ok i dont know if you have had a solution yet but if you have the operating system Windows XP you dont need the software, just plug your USB plug up to your computer and MP3 and it should install the drivers

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I had the same problem, all you have to do is first turn on the Mp3.Then go to settings. Then go down to USB mode. It will probably say, auto detect.But instead scroll down to MSC. If that doesn't work try MTP.

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SOURCE: Vista will not recognize iRiver H10 MP3 player

Try plugging in usb with the H10 turned off. Now, press the select button (with the round symbol on it) while turning the H10 on. This starts the player in 'emergency mode' and should be recognized by XP

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For Media player to recognize any device you have to have drivers installed for that device that are supported by your operating system. Once this is done and if drivers are installed correctly there should be no problems since WMP will recognize it automatically. For drivers ether go to devices manufacturer site or google the model and you should be able to find them. Hope this helps.

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We hooked it up to a usb but we cannot copy music to our mp3 player what do we need to add to our computer to do so we have windows media player and that is what we are trying to download some songs into...


open WMP (windows Media player)... import what songs/albums into WMP. connect your mp3 to you computer. WMP should recognize it if it is a sansa. Highlight what songs you want right click ...add.. to sync list. or you can make a sync list on the right hand side of the screen and drag and drop the songs you want on your mp3 player ... when you have the ones you want click on the sync button and those songs will xfr to the player

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Try to reboot your PC. Leave mp3 player off when start Sync (if button lights up this time).

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I have the same problem, except that I can get sync if i power the unit down after discoeccting the failed attempt to recognize USB device. Sometimes the MTP device prompt shows up and then doesnt when I try again, I solved this by downloading codecs and utilites for windows Media Player. I had ver,.10, went to 11. This seems to be better as the available downloads are more effective,

Now i can sync, still doesnt recognize all the time, but just unplugging it and restarting windows media player with the device unplugged seems to work. Use the Settings in WMP and open the "available devices or supported devices on web " and you can download free updates, codecs, etc,,, that got mine working.

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Delete from windows explorer instead - but be careful to only delete the videos, and not the system files/folders that control video for this player

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As I like MTP mode a lot better than MSC (I can use WinAmp to sync and it doesn't have to restart and refresh its database after disconnecting) I didn't like a lot of the solutions to this and similar problems telling to go to MSC mode.

However, I was able to go into Device Manager (right click on My Computer, click Properties, select "Hardware" tab, click Device Manager) and find the Portable Devices sublist, right click on "Sansa e280" (it had a yellow exclamation point on it) and click install driver. I followed this through, selecting automatic installation for the driver, and presto! Sansa is installed and ready to go. I actually had Windows Media Player open during this process, and while it wouldn't recognize it before, after doing this process, I went back to WMP and it had already found it and was trying to get me to sync it. So if you like MTP, try this. It worked for me.

(Note: this method may not work, unless you tried to plug the player in and it told you that there was an error in setting up the device. My problem was that I had installed WMP 11, but had not done the final "setup" process. After I had run WMP 11 for the first time, I was able to do this successfully).

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