I bought my lil brother this Mp3 player and it came with the little disk and everything and the instructions are ridiculous and I cant figure out how to even start it! I have windows vista (****) and when I put the disk in nothing pops up... then I go to my computer hit the disk button and like 14 things pop up and I dont know what to download or how the heck I get music on it. I have an iPod and it was cake to figure out.... just figured this would be the same... Someone please help me! I have been trying to screw around with this thing for over 2 weeks now ha
I had this problem to but with another music player it is a problem thats common its the driver you need to download and install it. I just checked on Delstars website and they are going to put up the drivers soon to download so just keep checking back when it comes back. www.delstar.net
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just go into your my computer, click on the removeable disk and it should bring it up. If that doesn't help, from your my computer menu, right click on the removable disk, click properties, and change the properties accordingly. There is no disk that comes with it.
About your recent purchase of 16GB 4th Gen Slim MP3 MP4 Media Player with FM radio
You have been sold a fake sized player. it is hacked to show 16GB actual size may be around 1GB to 8GB. test your player with "H2TESTW 1.4" you will find it the first hit on www.google.com let other people know and open a dispute on paypal, you have been sold a fake item. Do not return the item for refund as sellers address is very likely wrong, useless to wait for a replacement player because they all are hacked. Get a partial refund. I paid 35usd, got 20usd refunded just now.
About your problem. The player doesn't require anything works with vista and xp /etc just by plugging it into your computer and then turn it on, it will show up on your my computer as a removeable disk.
The only way to get rid of the password is to do a "Factory Reset" which will delete everything on the iPod. You hook it up to the computer and then when you select the iPod in the "source" panel of iTunes, select the "Summary" tab. There should be a "Restore" button. Just follow the instructions that iTunes gives you. For more detail, Apple support has a page that has every little thing on it, but this should be enough to get you through it.
Just bought one and figured it out. On these mp3 players the default option when you turn them on is to go to the folder of files that are recorded using the microphone. hold the menu button down and you'll see a number of options. use the track skip buttons to navigate left and right and select the music option and press the menu button to select it. once you're in the music folder it will turn on to music. plug it in to usb and drag any .mp3 file to the folder in explorer and it should play. if your songs aren't playing make sure you convert them to .mp3 files before loading them.
First plug it into the USB port on your computer. Wait for the operating system to detect it and install the appropriate driver for it. Then go to My Computer and it'll be there as a Removable Disk. However, the first thing you have to do with a new Removable Device such as this is, right-click on the drive and Format the drive. This will let you operating system understand and allocate space on the drive for your songs. Then you can copy and paste any mp3 onto it. Some mp4's are protected though so they won't play on it. Hope this helps
Down load the firmware on Sansa's website. I have a Sansa 250R and it wouldn't work with the new replacement usb (Griffin) cord I bought at Best Buy. So I bought a Sansa Fuze and the cord that came with it worked on the E250R. Huh? Yeah, go figure...and oh, that replacement Griffin usb cord I bought worked fine with the new Fuze. I came real close to buying a new battery for the E250R but instead invested that money in the Fuze.
If your computer has media player or anything of that nature that will reconize your mp3 player you can open the program and access your mp3 player and ir you right click on the Sansa icon it should give you the option to format. This will delete everything from your mp3 player.
ok on the pilot i figurtred out there is a small screw being covered by a lil black piece. it looks to be a small plastic poece but it's just a lil cover stuck on. peal it off and unscrew it don't break it off to find out how to get to the battery(\like i did).