Question about Audio Players & Recorders
When buying it, you should have purchased a usb cable with it, see if u can connect it to your wondows computer,
if you hae got win2000 and later installed, it should recognize it likr a thumb-drive/external harddisk, you'll be able to copy the mp3's
from your harddisk to it then.
If you have win98 installed and use an older machine that supports only the usb 1.1 standard, do install the win98 drivers from the (mini?)CD you got when you bought it.
If you cannot find it,then come again -there's no support for this on the manufacturers homepage!
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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