Question about Kobian Hip Street Digital Media Player
I'm working with Windows XP
I've got a Hip Street HS-3205,3222 (according to manual, no way to see otherwise)
From what I can tell, the computer recognizes the device as a portable disk. I can see it's conencted, but it doesn't appear in "my computer" as a portable device. Now, one odd thing has happened. Winamp pops me an error message saying: Theres is no disk in player. Please insert disk in player \Device\Harddisk/DR3 I've emailed their customer service, but haven't received any response as of yet. Here's hoping spmeone here can lend me a hand.
You can check if the USB cable is securely connected to the computer. Make sure that it is not EJECTED. This way, the device IS connected but it is not being read by the computer. Un plug the device and plug it again. See if it works, because, if it doesn't work with the computer, then there's no other option. There are other terms that are used when a portable device is connected, like Removable Disk (F, or H) hope this helped you!
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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