Question about Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player
I have had my mp3 player over a year and when i first got it i didnt have windows xp.. when i finally got it installed onto my computer i found i had lost the installation disk.. Is there any way i can get music onto it with out the disk or windows media player?.. i know it works with other installation disks cuase i now have a few on it that my cousin put on it from her comp. But i would love to be able to do it from mine.. Halp please?
Well ya if you have liome wire and use somebody else comp that has windows media player its easy and it works. Plus you dont even need the installation disk.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
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Go into control panel, find your network connections diagram, click on the USB that is connecting your player and note the lettered drive, this is where you will send the files.
I bypassed Windows XP and went for VISTA as it has the compatability tool for syncing older programs with these newer ones. My daughter is running XP so I'll call her tomorrow and get back to you if she has some info to help, her husband does most of the music downloads for their family, I'll check with him also.
I'm fairly certain your 'player disk tool will be found in your system tray of programs. Find it open it with windows explorer to see if what you need is there. Connect your player, check that in control panel it shows up as connected, and try a download. With my new one I had to dig into what was on the disk with administrator authority to find the correct driver for the formatting of the disk and the logs; like phonebook, contacts. They were all written for anything XP or before, so I had fun. Good Luck, Walneta
Sep 05, 2007 | Audio Players & Recorders
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