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try going to the manufactuers website , they normally have all kinds of user guides for their devices and probucts that they make , then once you have found it simply download it this will be in pdf format.
wasn't 100% if you have the movex mp3(just plays music) or the movex mp4(plays music and video~) as the picture on your question is of the mp4 so if you do have the mp4(has a big colour screen and plays video) here is the user guide link for that http://www.centon.com/documents/moVoxMP4_Guide.pdf
don't worry if the guide doesnt help as now I can answer any specific problem you might have, get back to me on fixya if you still need help you can also get to me on firstname.lastname@example.org
About your recent purchase of 16GB 4th Gen Slim MP3 MP4 Media Player with FM radio
You have been sold a fake sized player. it is hacked to show 16GB actual size may be around 1GB to 8GB. test your player with "H2TESTW 1.4" you will find it the first hit on www.google.com let other people know and open a dispute on paypal, you have been sold a fake item. Do not return the item for refund as sellers address is very likely wrong, useless to wait for a replacement player because they all are hacked. Get a partial refund. I paid 35usd, got 20usd refunded just now.
About your problem. The player doesn't require anything works with vista and xp /etc just by plugging it into your computer and then turn it on, it will show up on your my computer as a removeable disk.
Switch on your Mp4 player and connect it to the usb port. Your computer should produce a message "New Hardware Detected". If you don't get such a message either the lead, the usb port or the Mp4 player is faulty.
If you do get such a message, if your computer can't find and instal the right drivers automatically there will be another message or the Found New Hardware wizard will appear. By following the onscreen instructions your computer should be able to search the internet for suitable drivers.
In any eventuality, when connected the Mp4 player should appear in the My Computer window and if it doesn't it isn't connected.
To add music
plug mp4 into usp, open ''my computer'' then copy and paste your music into mp4 drive, most likly drive E
to add video
install the mp4 software, then use the conversion tool to convert your video files to amv format then just copy and paste into mp4 drive just as you would with your music files.
I had the same problem with a Eurolab MP4 player. Turned out the USB cable that came with it was faulty. Try using another USB cable, ie. one from your printer. The MP4 player will come up as an external hard drive. Just copy and paste the MP3's and correctly recompressed MP4's onto it, and it should be right to go.