Question about Delstar DS-802 Digital Media Player
I got this mp4 player for christmas, and I can't get my computer to recognize the device. I live with my friend and we share her computer, and she has Windows Vista (which I hate). I bought all of this music and downloaded it to my computer and can't get it on the player. Can anyone help me?
I have tried just plugging it in and the first time it said that it had downloaded all of the software needed, and then it wont read it. A message will pop up saying that the device has malfunctioned and that Windows can not read the device. Please help!
Take it back
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
Unit should show up as "removable drive" in "Computer" folder if it doesn't check Administrative Tools/computer managment/disk management.If it's listed make sure it's online and has a drive letter assined to it.
Another similar problem arises when your connected to a network . THE UNIT AND THE NETWORK TRY TO SHARE A DRIVE LETTER. This can also be fixed in Disk manager just reassign another drive letter to the unit. DO NOT REASSIGN A NEW DRIVE LETTER TO THE NETWORK DRIVE.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
I have exactly the same problem with Windows Vista. Every time that I want to put some new music into it, I have to find a computer with Windows XP. It apparently doesn't work with Windows Vista. The only solution that I found was finding other PC that doesn't use Vista.
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
Return the mp4
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
I suggest finding a friend with an XP machine. Connect to that one, and if it works, it means Vista does not yet have the correct driver for this player. Dont expect a lot of success with video. Tons of people are not able to play video at all, eventhough it will download to the player fine.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Vista + mp4 = PROBLEM
you need to go windows media player and go to sync. then drag all the music you riped to your library. the its just clik sync and wait for the files to download
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
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