Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Windows XP is having issues seeing my Sansa MP3 Player (this is a first it has never done this before) when I plug it into my USB port....how can I get it to install what it needs to I can put stuff on it?
As always, check your connections.
USB has at least 2 'channels' so switching ports may help.
USB has a 'resgistry' of sorts which is one of the reasons you must always plug in 'hot'.
Check hardware devices to make sure your device is not marked with '!'. If it is, right click on it and click on 'Update Driver'.
If this fails or the device is not shown, in device manager, 'uninstall' the USB controllers (you may need to have the MB driver disk/MP3 player disk handy) then click on 'Action' and click on 'Scan for hardware changes' which will reset the USB and you should now see your player/drive.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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