Ok people let us try a little help here. the cd you are trying to load may not work but let us plug in our MP3 players and go to My Computer and see if it comes up as another ubs drive in most cases it does. In this case I tell the person go to windows media player pick the music they want in their player and click sync. At that click click device drive this is where you put the drive where your MP3 is located on the Windows media Player then click sync and it should download your music
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The MP3 player uses a USB cable to download music files from the computer. Windows 98 does not support USB port even if the computer has a USB port. If the computer has a USB port then you need to install a Windows 98 USB driver so it can connect with the MP3 player to download mp3 music files.
Hey, windows 98 doesn't have usb support. you will need to get a driver for you mp3 player from the mp3 makers website, if they don't have a driver for it im sorry it wont work with your computer. you can also contact them and ask for a driver but as windows 98 is no longer supported. its very likely that todays mp3 players wont work with it.
Insignia mp3 players can use the generic mass storage driver in almost any computer. Windows ME includes a generic mass storage driver. When you plug in the USB cord, two extra drive letters will show up in Windows Explorer. Songs go into the Music folder. For neatness: Make new folder for each artist and under each artist, make a new folder for each album.
Also slight chance the USB mode got off of Automatic in the player's options. Please do advise if it won't work, I will show you where to get the generic mass storage driver for windows ME and 98 if for some reason it isn't installed on your machine.
If you are running Windows 98 First or Second Edition, you may want to use the driver CD that came with your player and install the driver. If it is not supported by Windows 98 First Edition, upgrade to Second Edition. If you are using Windows 2000 or XP, you may want to check on the Device Manager to see if the player is connected. If the selected player shows an "?", it means you will need to update the driver. Run the Update Driver wizard, and install the player as removable disk.
i think u need a driver software for ur plyer http://www.nextar.com/images/doc/Win98%20Driver%20Software.zip
connect the plyer to win xp and say whether is detecting or not . if its detecting i xp definitely u need a driver in me . nextar is only providing driver for win 98 use the driver from link provided above