Ok i have a kinda old mps player the driver hardware on the player is ACTIONS HS USB FLASHDISK USB DEVICE. i dont know the model type but maybe someone can help me either way. my problem is my mp3 player is ***. it will allow me to add some mp3's but not all. why is it doing this? ive downloaded over 300 from a site and yet i can only add about half of them to my mp3 player. is there something im missing? like a driver update or firmware update? or do i have to convert the files? or maybe decrypt them? ive tried to do all of these but still i havent had any luck with my problem. hopefully someon can help me with this and i appreciate it very much. thanks alot. o and if you need the model number i can try and find it. but its not on the lasonic website so ill have to rumage around the house and find the manual.
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Ok, it took me several hours to figure out such a simple problem. I couldn't open my Emerson 3.50 up on the computer. Therefore I couldn't delete any of the music or add more. It is because it isn't downloading the right driver. You have to manually search your computer for the USB Mass Storage driver and install that. Go into Control Panel, then hardware/sound, then Device Manager. When in device manager find your portable devicse and click on it. Then click on Audio Player. choose update driver and instead of auto driver select, choose "Let me pick a driver". Then choose USB Mass Storage for the driver. Once it has updated you will see all of your songs on Media player. And it works as an MP3 player should!
1. download songs on computer via media player or whatever. 2.connect your device via USB 3. Open media file 4.go to my computer and find drive with your mp3 player.4. 5. Drag songs from playlist into your mp3 drive folder.
Did it come with a disc or just the mp3 player and usb cable.If it came with a disc you might need to install the disc onto the computer if it didn't come with a disc plug it into the computer go to windows media player click on sync/devices it should show it on the right side of the windows media player right click on the songs u wanna add to the mp3 player and click add to sync/device once you get all your songs in that list click start at the bottom
Code 41Windows successfully loaded the device driver for this hardware but cannot find the hardware device. (Code 41) Recommended resolution
driver was loaded but Windows cannot find the device. This error occurs
when Windows does not detect a non-Plug and Play device.
If the device was removed, uninstall the driver, install the device, and then click Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver. If the hardware was not removed, obtain a new or updated driver for the device.
If the device is a non-Plug and Play device, a newer version of
the driver might be needed. To install non-Plug and Play devices, use
the Add Hardware wizard. Click Performance and Maintenance on Control Panel, click System, and on the Hardware tab, click Add Hardware Wizard.
For it to recongnize, maybe try: 1: go to control panel 2:add hardware 3:connect your hardware device and click "yes i have connected the hardware" 4:scroll down and select install new hardware device 5:select install hardware that i manually select from a list 6:scroll down to windows portable devices 7:and choose MTP device this should make it so your ipod is now recognised by the computer ---John
When I purchased my mp4 player I could watch video files but later I meddle with it and now when I wish to watch videos it says'intializing'and then it says 'empty disk' I would be grateful if any could tell me what to do to solve the problem.
Basically, if write caching is enabled, any changes you make to the files in Windows are not actually carried out at the time, but are saved into memory and then when you select safe removal they are written to the external device in one go. From what you describe, since you can't select safe removal, it sounds as if the changes are never being written to your player.
Go to My Computer, right-click the icon for your player and select properties.
Go to the hardware tab, scroll down the list and highlight your player and then click properties.
Go to the policies tab and make sure 'optimize for quick removal' is selected.
This is only a makeshift solution. I use a philips gogear sa52xx and found out, that deleting the drivers, then reconnecting the Player and pressing F5 in the explorer allows me to normally access the philips gogear sa52xx for about 30 seconds. After that, out of nowhere the drivers will sever and the Code 10 error appears. So, another disconnect - deinstall of the driver - reconnect - F5 in the explorer until the Player appears and then sync. The proplem is, that this works best (maybe only) with mp3 files... So convert your music files into mp3 first, than do above steps for drag 'n' drop. Usually, you need to do the whole procedure 2 times for a CD, sometimes 3.
ok i dont know if you have had a solution yet but if you have the operating system Windows XP you dont need the software, just plug your USB plug up to your computer and MP3 and it should install the drivers