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Thank you i am using itunes, are you supposed to drag the songs into the mp3 player file? otherwise im not sure if itunes does anything to acknowlage it. thanks for your help - im just really useless with the mp3 player and the mac!

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  • katsmiwill Jan 18, 2009

    my mp3 player came with a cd that only works and windows and an instruction manual only for windows but it definately says that it works on a mac. it comes up on the desk top as a hard drive and when i drag songs into it and unplug it it just says "disk error" on the mp3. thank you!

  • katsmiwill Jan 18, 2009

    there was nothing on the site, i have contacted them asking them for help but i am still waiting for a response. how can i get an upgrade? thank you for your help

  • katsmiwill Jan 20, 2009

    it didnt do anything, there is a hardware that comes up on the desk top but other than that it isnt recognised by the mac, and the player just reads "disk error"

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock May 11, 2010

    I've had this happen before. It could need a firmware upgrade for the mp3 player. Have you checked the companies website out yet?

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock May 11, 2010

    Itunes is only supposed to work for Ipods only. Did your mp3 player come with a file transfer program or does you computer recognize your MP3 play as a hard drive?

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Does itunes pick it up if/? if so go for up dates that should sort it out

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    robert smith Jan 19, 2009

    ok plug your mp in to pc but leave mp conect then reboot go to up dates in start at the top and see if that pics up drivers

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