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Transfering music using windows 2000

I am tring to transfer music to this mp3 but un successful......I have windows media player 9 series and I am running windows 2000. I downloaded the samsund media studio 5 but the portable device tab is not lightning up........how can I get music on this thing?

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  • itit Dec 02, 2007

    i put in the CD it came with but nothing happened

  • Anonymous Jan 20, 2008

    I also am unable to get my samsung yp-u3 to operate using windows 2000. I attempted to use the solution you gave regarding the article you suggested, but the article does not appear to be available at present. Can you suggest another way to access the download.



    Many thanks

    Fizz

  • spud4u Feb 14, 2008

    cannot access downloads from my files /video

  • Anonymous Apr 03, 2008

    uuu

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    when I copy and paste music into my eclipse portable media player it doesn't show up on the player but it shows in the folder on my pc

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You need to have Windows Media Player version 10 or higher to transfer files to an MP3 device.

You can drag and drop files manually from My Computer as well.





Best of Luck.

Posted on Nov 07, 2007

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I just bought this unit on boxing day. I'm able to use it on Windows 2000 now.

The root cause is the YP-U3 you have uses MTP (media transfer protocol) instead of UMS (USB mass storage). MTP is supported under Windows XP with media player 10. But WMP10 doesn't install on Windows 2000.

If you still want to use Windows 2000, read this article

http://ask.americas.creative.com/SRVS/CGI-BIN/WEBCGI.EXE?New,Kb=ww_english_add,U={B8F60310-DA4F-11D3-94F4-00500463020E},Company={CEAE216D-8719-4C00-AC9F-03BC258F7B70},d=1130251443648,VARSET=ws:http://us.creative.com,case=8113

Download the exe file at the end of this article. During installation, copy the extracted file under your temp directory (c:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Local Settings\Temp by default) somewhere else. Then cancel the installation.

Now when you plug in the YP-U3, manully locate the inf file in the directory you copied. Ignore the warnings. After you install the mtp driver, you should be able to use it with SMS (Samsung Media Studio).

Posted on Dec 27, 2007

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I recently purchased a Samsung YP-U3 also. I could not find a fix to run on Windows 2000. I talked to Samsung and they said it will not work on Windows 2000. I think you need XP to run Media Player 10. So far, I have upgraded to XP Pro, downloaded Media Player 10, installed the Samsung Media Studio and am now having issues with it still not connecting. Nothing seems to recognize it. When I plug it into my usb ports it says "This device can perform faster" and to connect it to a USB 2 port. Supposedly all my ports are USB 2. This may be a motherboard issues though, so I am exploring that route for now to resolve the problem. (The motherboard is an ASUS A7V8X)

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

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Well one way to do this is to open your Windows Explorer and copy and paste the songs into the appropriate folder of your Mp3 player.

1. Plug in your Mp3 player into a viable USB slot on your computer
2. Right click on start button and click on "explore". This should take you to Windows Explorer
3. Find the folder that holds the songs you want to transfer and click on it.
4. Copy the songs you require by right clicking on the song and select "copy". You can highlight all the songs you want to copy by holding down the CTRL key and clicking on each song you want to copy. Now right click and select "copy".
5. Scroll down on the left column until you find the drive for your Mp3 player. Click on this to open the folders of your Mp3 player.
6. Find the appropriate folder on the right column and now just right click on a blank area and select "paste".
7. You should now be able to transfer your songs to the Mp3 player.

Hope that works. Please let me know how it went and good luck!

Posted on Apr 18, 2008

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