Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I bought a TEAC Radio/CD system and got a free included Mp3 player with it. The name on the back of the MP3 player is MP-256PK, and SN:6X 11515-26. Well I connected my MP3 player to my computer to try downloading songs from my computer, but my computer doesn't recognize the MP3 player or USB connected. I went on 'my computer' and there was no devices listed connected to the computer. So I tested with a another MCAfee MP3, and a normal USB into my computer USB ports. My computer displayed that a device was connected, but when the TEAC Mp3 is connected it says theres no device connected on my computer? I put the SD card in, and it's on, so whats the problem
I have windows xp in my pc still my av10 is not being detected and its no turning on can u give any solution
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
If you are using windows 98se you need to load driver from disc.if you are using xp it should load up stright away i had no problems with xp and mp3 player
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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