I have a Philips SA4020 MP3 player which is only compatible with windows media player version 10. I had to reinstall windows and am now running wmp version 11. I have tried every way on the micosoft site to uninstall it so I can reinstall version 10 but none of them seem to totally remove the programme. Any ideas?
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Re: uninstalling windows media player 11
Follow the process on the Philips website -FAQ, "I have upgraded my Windows Media Player from 10 to 11 and encountered problem with synchronization and detection of unit by PC? What could be the problem?"
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Download the latest version of the Philips Deivce Manager from Philips website and use the Update option on the new version. This player requires a firmware upgrade to make it compatible with Windows Media Player 11, and the Update function in the Philips Device Manager will perform this for you.
To obtain windows media player 10, you will have to uninstall windows media player 11...the only way you can uninstall is if you have windows xp...To uninstall windows media player 11, click on start, control panel, add and remove programs, locate the windows media player 11 application then click uninstall...Once you uninstall the program restart your computer....You should have windows media player 10 now... I hope that helps Thank you Belbwa
Photos are transferred to the SA9200 using Windows Media Player 10.
Make sure you have installed the software from the product CD. This will install Windows Media Player 10 and Windows Media Plug-In. If you haven't installed the CD, then the Plug-In will not be installed because it doesn't come with the standard Media Player 10.
You cannot transfer photos using Windows Explorer (although you can transfer songs).
The software is not compatible with Windows Media Player 11. If you have version 11, then you'll need to uninstall it, to roll back to version 10, and then install the CD content.
If you are running Windows Vista, then you'll need to check out this article:
You need to use Musicmatch Jukebox. This player also needs Windows XP and Windows Media Player 10 to work.
It is not compatible with Windows Media Player 11. If you have version 11 you will need to uninstall 11 to roll back to 10.
First of all you need to restore the player.
Install and run the Philips Device Manager from the product CD.
Select the Repair/Restore option and follow the on-screen prompts. This will format the player and re-load the firmware.
The HDD1830 is only fully compatible with Windows XP and Windows Media Player 10. If you have Windows Media Player 11 you will need to uninstall it. This will roll it back to version 10.
Tracks must be transferred to the HDD1830 using the Media Player Sync function.
The HDD1830 is only compatible with .MP3 or .WMA music tracks. It is not compatible with iPod .AAC tracks.
Assuming you have Windows XP and Windows Media Player 10, install and run the Philips Device Manager from the product CD.
Select the Repair / Restore option and follow the on-screen prompts. This will format the player, and re-load the missing system files.
This unit is not compatible with Windows Vista.
If you have Windows Media Player 11, then uninstall it to roll back to version 10.
Make sure you are using Windows XP and Windows Media Player 10.
Also make sure you have installed Musicmatch Jukebox from the product CD.
The PSS110 is not compatible with Vista or Media Player 11.
If you have Media Player 11, then uninstall to roll back to version 10.
Also, you need to make sure the player is showing as "GoGear" and not "Removable Drive".
If Musicmatch shows the player as "Removable Drive", go into the options menu and click devices. Click the dropdown menu showing "removable drive", and select "GoGear"
Check which version of Windows Media Player you have loaded.
Open Windows Media Player. Click "Help" and "about". This should show which version you have.
Windows Automatic Updates may hve updated to version 11.
The Philips HDD6330 is only compatible with version 10 under Windows XP.
If you have version 11, then uninstall and it should roll back to version 10.