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Music manager Same problem as other Vista users. CD won't install so how do I install music manager software?

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  • mcm0223 Feb 22, 2008

    I went to website but the link sends me to the microsoft website and I don't have the slightest clue to do what is next.

  • mcm0223 Feb 22, 2008

    I was refering to manufacturer's home page. Check it out. support.rcaaudiovideo.com
    I will try your other method but bear with me as I am a neophyte

  • mcm0223 Feb 22, 2008

    Did it all. I still get the message that I am missing service packs.

  • mcm0223 Feb 22, 2008

    I downloaded mp3ezlib manager program for mp3 so how do I load them into mp3. I don't see instructions.

  • mcm0223 Feb 22, 2008

    RCA says there is a download to fix my TH1101 installation problem for Vista. I cannot find the site. Help,m help, help.

  • mcm0223 Feb 22, 2008

    I used that link but it did not connect me to the solution. It connected me to to the 11 version of mediaq player and I have a newer version. It did not connect me to any cd installer program

  • mcm0223 Feb 22, 2008

    I tried that. It was a no go.

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Yeah. I would suggest you install the entire XP program under "compatability mode" BEFORE you install it, right click the installation program and use the XP compatability feature. I dual booted XP on my new Vista machine and have not used the VIsta partition yet..Cant even do Outlook Express!

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Hi,

Click HERE to download the drivers.
Click HERE to read the instructions and fix the problem of windows vista.

Goodluck..

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I use Vista Home Premium and the latest version of PC Suite and Music Manager works perfectly.

It's probably a problem in the beta version.

You should switch to a non-beta version to correct the problem.
You can try this site to obtain a couple music manager software...you dont have to pay anything since they are freeware...you should check them out..

http://www.yankeedownload.com/info/music-manager.html

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WELCOME TO THE MAGICALLY FUSTRATING WORLD OF VISTA ..

Well here is what you can do that may work

1.) go to the manufactures web page for your device and download the new drivers for Vista (ONLY IF YOU DONT ALREADY HAVE IT).

2.) Download the music managers software for windows vista.. eighter from the devices manufactures home page or you can try this
http://www.helium-music-manager.com/

3.) You can transfer music directly to your device by copying and pasting it.. You device will show up in Compuer as a drive..

Let me know what happens or if i misunderstood your question

Posted on Feb 22, 2008

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  • Rishi Roshan Ali Feb 22, 2008

    You can also try this



    1.) put the cd in the driver



    2.) go to Computer then look for the drive your cd iis in



    3.) right click on the drive and clik open



    4.) create a folder on your desktop



    5.) copy the contents of the cd to the folder you created on your desktop



    6.) select all the files in the folder then right click on one of the files , Select Properties then click compability



    7.) turn on run this program in compability mode for and select windows Xp.



    8.) IF it doest show up the compability, look for the main setup file,, usually setup.exe,, right click on that then choose compability and set it for windows xp



    that should work,, let me know what happens

  • Rishi Roshan Ali Feb 22, 2008

    this web site is the music manager software



    CLICK HERE



    It isnt a mucrosoft sit and isnt linke to microsoft,, its HELIUM MUSIC MANAGER



    http://www.helium-music-manager.com/



    to find your manufactres page, google it

  • Rishi Roshan Ali Feb 22, 2008

    BTW as you may have realised there isnt one for vista yet,, Try the compability method i described above..

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