Question about Audio Players & Recorders
WHEN I PLUG MY IT UP TO MY COMPUTER TELLS ME IT DOST RECOGNIZE THE DIVES
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Maxx digital MP4 player
First of all, if you are attempting to plug this device in to the frontusb port or to a usb hub, try plugging it directly in to one of theback usb plugs of your computer as this is going to be a true "usb 2.0"port. That is, of course, if your motherboard suports USB 2.0. As withmost new devices, they are all usb 2.0 and only some will be usb 1.1(the older version) compatible. As well, some usb players will havesoftware that is not necessarily required to "see the unit" on theother hand, some do have device drivers that are required (as in thecase of the toshiba and creative units), in order to utilize the builtin software functions.
One other thing you can check for is the device manager (right click onMY COMPUTER and select PROPERTIES then click on HARDWARE tab andfinally DEVICE MANAGER) Here you should see no "yellow" exclammationpoints which would be telling you of a device conflict. If youcurrently have your unit plugged in, you may notice the "unknowndevice" which would be your unit. By clicking on any item that has theexclamation and REMOVING it. Removing all devices with conflicts andthen clicking on REFRESH (search for new devices) it should once againattempt to install the device. If you are still having troubles, Iwould be visiting the manufacturers website and reading any FREQUENTYASKED QUESTIONS (faq's) regarding the device as well there are quiteoften updated device drivers available from the site in which you mayor may not require.
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Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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As I understand it, you have recorded some audio using your MP3 Player but the recording does not play in the computer.
Try to download and install VLC player from this link http://vlc-media-player.en.softonic.com/ and open the recorded file with this program.
If it still cannot be recognized, try XP Codec Pack with MEDIA Player Classic http://www.xpcodecpack.com/download
The recorded audio file is not being recognized by the computer because the "codecs" necessary to decode the audio file is not yet installed in your computer. The 2 free programs above installs the codecs and has it's own player to play your recorded file in the computer.
You do not need to install anything in your mp3 player.
If the above solution will not work, provide me with the file type of your recorded file so that we can find a matching codec for it or in worst cases, find a converter to that it will be recognized by your computer.
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Posted on May 18, 2011
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