I have bought 2 of these for my daughters my 2 desktop computers have windows xp home o/s.I have a laptop with windows vista.I have the same problem with both players,the computers recognise them as usb mass storage devices.The battery pic on the player screen flashes and fills up then repeats again and again but after leaving them (as i think ) charging for the whole day whilst at work.after disconnecting them from my computer the players say not charged and switch off. if this was one player then ok but 2 players means i must be doing something wrong.Could anyone help a poor ignorant father with 2 children beying for blood. :>)
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By default in Vista Remote Desktop is disabled. Steps to enable Remote desktop:
1. Press Window Key + Break Key and it will display the system properties. 2. On the system properties click on the remote tab and on the Remote Desktop Options tick Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop. 3. Click Apply and OK
The jWin mp3 players are completely incompatible with Windows Vista, so your new Dell may not be compatible. Jwin has discontinued their mp3 player line, so it is hard to find support. If your computer happens to be running Windows XP:
1) Find a CD, or sign up for a music service such as Rhapsody's Mp3-Only service - whichever service you pick, make sure that they give you the songs in mp3 format only, or you'll be be posting to this forum everyday.
2) Once you have downloaded the songs, you can transfer them to the jWin using Windows Media Player. If you have CD's, "Rip" them using the Rip tab in Windows Media Player, but be sure to go into the menu of Windows Media Player and change your Rip Options --> Format to "Mp3," or the Jwin won't recognize them.
from when i first bought mine...
does it show as an MP3 player or MTP device, if it is the second one you'll need to do some tinkering in the settings. the instructions for this are in the small manual [no really]. It'll then behave normally.
Otherwise MTP devices require you to put files on in a different (and slightly arcane) way they also may need to be 'official' DRM files rather than CD-rips
hope this helps in some way and does not confuse
I also have windows vista. I inserted the disc that came along with the ilo mp3 player and it accepted and recognizes the player. My husband and I bought it for our daughter for Christmas and she loves it. I would suggest uninstalling the program from the disc then reinstalling it. It took the 1st time for us when we downloaded. I hope this help's you out.