Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have 4 USB 2 ports satisfactorily connected to a printer, a scanner, an external hard drive and an old iRiver MP3 player (powered by AA battery). My problem is when I tried to connect each of two separate new MP3 players (each with internal rechargeable battery), the battery charges up and the player believes it is connected, but my XP computer only recognizes the presence of these MP3 players, but apparently cannot find the proper driver, as I get the device listed in the device manager, but only with a yellow question mark. The "Found New Hardware" wizard can never find the driver and "cannot install this device," even when I try to remove the driver and repeat the process.
If you do not have the installation disk, Open my Computer with your mp3player plugged in, then look for your mp3players brand name. open this file and simply drag files in.
If you cannot get the computer to recognize it at all, look for your a driver on google e.g: iRiver driver.
Good luck, respond with more details if you can't figure it out.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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