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go to http://support.creative.com/downloads/welcome.aspx Driver Number three helped me (rightclick on properties, the open compatibility and click on compatibility to XP SP3) then run the driver. This solved my problem. I then installed CreativeMediaSource and I was able to access my player through this programme, although it hasn't shown up in 'my computer', well, happy to have access after vista...
if u r not using windows xp sp2 or vista windows 7. u have to install mass storage driver software that is given in a cd with ur mp3 player.
if u r using wndows xp sp2 later.. install the driver in cd n chek it.
try all usb port in ur system or check it with another system...
if data cable is provided chek it with a new data cable.....
if all this fails there is a problem with ur player... n if ur player s still in warranty just take it to ur dealer........
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It may or may not work, but try installing as Administrator and setting the program's EXE into "Compatability Mode for XP SP2",and also, running as Administrator. Windows 7 just doesn't want to support any hardware over like a year old... Drivers are a HUGE issue. Especially for older stuff. Compatibility Mode is one way round it but not always. Also you will have to set to OFF digital Driver signing at bootup press F8, and at the bottom you will see driver signing.... EVERY TIME you boot you MUST set this OFF, or it will simply not work, thats if it does install anyway. You MUST have it OFF to install as well.
pleae check if the cd includes a driver for won xp- it might not
put in cd manually, browse it using the win xplorer, until u find someting like setup.exe in the main directory of the cd or in the driver directory, double-click7 execute it. this may tell u if the driver software on cd supports win xp - else get the right driver here:
You need to use Musicmatch Jukebox. This player also needs Windows XP and Windows Media Player 10 to work.
It is not compatible with Windows Media Player 11. If you have version 11 you will need to uninstall 11 to roll back to 10.