Question about Audio Players & Recorders
It's states that the file (INF) is missing.
If your PC is later than Windows 98SE the operating system does not need a driver to recognize the device. Sometimes (not sure what condition causes it, but it may be if I plug it in while the player is on) the system is looking for an MTP device instead of a USB storage device.
To fix in XP, I did the following: connect the mp3 player when it is powered off. Right click on My Computer -> properties -> hardware tab -> Device Manager . In the list I saw Audio Player with a yellow exclamation mark. Right click on the Audio Player device -> in the device properties I changed the device from audio player to USB storage device. After that, the mp3 player appeared in Windows Explorer and I could drag and drop the music onto the player. This seemed to fix it for the next time.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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