Question about Samsung YP-K3 MP3 Player
When I bought this MP3 player, the company I bought it from said it was compatible with Window 2000. Turns out it works only with XP. It's a great unit and I don't want to take it back. One solution is I upgrade to XP, but I've heard I'm better off with 2000.
Is there a way I can still transfer songs over using 2000? When I connect the MP3 player to the computer via USB, the MP3 recognizes that it's hooked up, and the Unplug/Eject Hardware symbol comes on in the bottom corner of my screen. However, on My Computer and Windows Explorer, neither recognize that the MP3 player is pluggged into the USB port. Therefore, I cannot drag my files over using Windows Explorer. Any other options or ideas?
You can put your mp3 player in usb mode.
If you never upgraded your firmware you probably have to upgrade it by downloading it from the samsung/support website.
YOu wil lthen find an option in settings allowing you to switch mtp mode on or off. Switching it off puts you in usb mode.
Windows XP is definitely the best Windows OS, much better than 2000, especially if you play games.
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
The player requires that you have windows media player 10 or higher. go to microsoft site for downloading.
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
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