You probably don't need driver disks if you are using a windows xp or vista computer. The device should appear as a separate hard drive in windows explorer. Alternatively visit the manufacturer's websitte. All the other companies allow the software and updates to be downloaded freely and easily.
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Before you connect anything to a computer, you have to install the software that came with the device. If they did not give you a disk with the software, they gave you a link, where you can download the software you need. The software contains a driver, so the computer can connect to the hardware you connect and the software to connect to transfer to and manage the software to the MP3 player.
You can copy out all your songs on to your computers hard drive. Go to -> my computer right click the my computer icon and choose explore -> click on your hard drive = + C:\ and look on the folder tree for a folder to put every thing in or create a new folder, right click the +C:\ and add new folder. Go to your player (hook it up to your computer) on the tree, find the folder with all your music and right click -> copy then go to your new folder and right click -> paste= done.
Okay, obviously you have a computer with internet connection, now the thing is do you want to pay for the music or do you want it free.... for free most would say/// try the free software a limewire that is P2P (peer-to-peer) sharing.... click audio to find music and avoid **** in limewire.... plug in the mp4 with the cord provided USB style to CPU and MP4. If ya got an Xp like me it will find it automatically and wizard will launch... just click next and okay until the driver is installed for the CPU to reconize it... it has 2 removable disk... put all downloaded mp3 and mp4 music into the drive (G:) yours my be different so choose the earliest letter.. to view file you can right click and hit explorer to see the directory to organize all the good stuff.... and for the games im still searching for some myself ///peace
When i connect my mp4, nothing pops up i have to go to my computers and then its under removable disk (f:). How do i put music into it if does not say anything about mp4 or music and where do i get my music from?