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Put songs on it

My mp4 player when i try putting songs on it it will not let me and when i plug it into the computer it say it does not recognize it

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  • jake mccormick
    jake mccormick Jan 04, 2009

    no its a Craig

  • Anna Marie Abueva May 11, 2010

    Hi!



    Can you please specify what type of mp4 player this is?



    Is this a generic one or branded like Ipod or Zen?





    Thanks.

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Hi!

Please install the driver for your mp3/mp4 player. If you have the disc that came with it, thta's great!

...But if not, try to look for the drivers like in sites such as driverguide.com

You also need to double check your device manager and see if all devices drivers are installed properly.

There could be some controllers causing the player not to be recognized.

Thanks.

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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try using media and click the sync tab
wait for the new device window
name it and your done

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