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You may not have set up the AMT Media Manager program that actually comes with the device.
use the USB connection and look at the file list for the AMT player. There should be an ISO file on there called something like "AMT_Media_Manager.iso".
Use any good CD buring program and use the "Burn an ISO Image" option and, when it asks for the course file, point to the iso file on the player.
It will then burn the CD.
When complete, insert the CD into your PC and it should come up with an install prompt. Follow this and it will install the media manager ontoyour PC.
Once installed, use this manager to transfer files to the device. In that way, it will automatically convery them to a usable file for the player.
Hope this helps,
I just got one. Cute little thing at a cheap price. Plug it in and my virus checker wants to delete the program. Tell it that the program is OK and to leave it alone. In XP it put two drives on my system - a AMT CDROM drive and an AMT MP3 drive. Ignore the CDROM drive, at least at first, and copy your music files to the MP3 drive. The key to making it play does seem to be holding down the play button while flipping the power switch to ON. Having it on or off when unplugging from the computer does not seem to matter.Who knows how long to charge it at first?
Follow These Steps:
1. Switch OFF your MP3 player
2. Unplug the cable from Computer
3. HOLD "PLAY" button WHILE you PLUGIN the CABLE with MP3 player.
The MP3 player will now reboot, you can see the welcome screen after few seconds.
4. Go to My Computer > Select the MP3 drive > Right Click > FORMAT > File Format : FAT32 >
After format completes, Unplug the Cable from Computer. Wait few seconds.
5. Plugin the cable with MP3 player.
6. Go to My Computer.
You can now see the MP3 player drive. You can copy paste the media files into the drive. After you complete the file transfers, you can unplug the cable from PC and listen to the songs asusual :)
I've bought the same mp3 player and its working great !