Question about Emerson Audio Players & Recorders
Ok, it took me several hours to figure out such a simple problem. I couldn't open my Emerson 3.50 up on the computer. Therefore I couldn't delete any of the music or add more. It is because it isn't downloading the right driver. You have to manually search your computer for the USB Mass Storage driver and install that. Go into Control Panel, then hardware/sound, then Device Manager. When in device manager find your portable devicse and click on it. Then click on Audio Player. choose update driver and instead of auto driver select, choose "Let me pick a driver". Then choose USB Mass Storage for the driver. Once it has updated you will see all of your songs on Media player. And it works as an MP3 player should!
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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