Question about Philips SA1200 MP3 Player
I recently got a new computer after using my Mp3 player for about a year. When I got the new computer with Windows XP I installed the Phillips driver that came with my Mp3 player and plugged in the player. The first couple of times I tried it said that the USB device had malfunctioned and to unplug it and plug it in again. So I did and the same message came up again. I clicked on the message and went through the trouble shooter which basically told me that it couldn't help me. Now when I plug my Mp3 player nothing happens. No sound, no bubble, nothing in My computer. It still plays, but won't synchronize. I tried it on a different computer, also XP, without the driver and the same thing happened. Nothing popped up. I really don't know what to do.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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