Well, the cd is mp3 and it's working 100% on windows XP, but windows vista cant read it, and the driver is working too, and the driver autoplay optipn dont pop out after i insert the disk, plz i need help there r a lot of cd's not readable...
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Hi When you plug the mp3 player into your PC can you see it in explorer? if you can make a backup of the songs then right click on the mp3 player and select format. That should fix the problem. If you cant see the mp3 player then right click on my computer (For Windows XP) or computer (Windows Vista/7) and then click on manage. Once the computer management has opened look for Storage / Disk Management and click on Disk Management wait for it to read the drives. Look for a 4 gig partition. Make 100% sure its your mp3 player and right click on that. Select delete volume then right click on it again and recreate your partition. Then you can try and move songs on again should work as well.
You can get the Vista-compatible software, Philips Device Manager, and a Vista-related firmware upgrade by going to www.usasupport.philips.com and entering in your model # - go to the Software & Drivers section for your model.
I have windows vista...when I try to download the cd in order to use my mp3 player. It says to download a newer version of start up cd.....however the site it takes me to says my version on my windows vista is 'newer' than the download and I cannot find the 'newest version'