Question about GPX MW3836 MP3 Player
First, you need to ensure that the switch on the side is set to OFF...
then if you have Windows Media Player 9 and (Windows 2000 and before ie Windows ME/98) ,
Second, Hit the M Button and Make sure that you have the player set to USB
but then if you have Windows Media Player 10, 11 (Windows XP, Vista)
Hit the M Button and Make sure that you have the player set to MTP
and if you have no Windows Media Player ...
Hit the M Button and Make sure that you have the player set to USB
copy your music mp3 files using windows explorer or my computer
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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