My computer wont find my OPAL GEMLINE!!!Please HELP:(
I will plug my mp3 player in but the computer does find. The OPAL says USD connected but I can find it. But when i put it in my sisters laptop the computer finds every thing. Unfortunently the big computer has all the songs and videos on it can some one PLEASE HELP ME!!:(
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Re: My computer wont find my OPAL GEMLINE!!!Please HELP:(
Is there a difference in the opperating systems on each of these computers?
if it is running windows xp it should be able to connect to the internet and download all necessary drivers needed for your device. one thing you can check is after connecting the mp3 player open up my computer from the start menu in the task bar and see if the removable storage device is detected at all.
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Try reformatting your device, that should do the trick! Also, make sure that your drivers on your computer support that divice! Also, make sure your drivers are updated fully! Also, maybe you have a bad sync cord!
your boot file is corrupt so it wont boot u will need to use a computer to format it. plug the mp3 player into ur computer go to my computer right click the mp3 player and select format. Format will wipe everything off ur mp3 player
You have to use the video converter program that came with your opal. If you haven't installed that onto your computer yet, that's where you need to start. After it's installed, plug in your opal, let the computer recognize that it's there, and open the converter program. This will take wma files and convert them into a format that will work with your mp3 player. The program should automatically download them to the player after it converts the file. Good luck.
Make sure the Hold Button - it's on the side of the Opal - is off. When the hold button is on, it makes the Opal think the Flash disk is full, and you get all kinds of wacky reactions.
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