Question about Philips SA4010 MP3 Player
Make sure you have installed the Philips Device Manager from the product CD. This includes the drivers for the SA4010.
File transfer is done using the Sync function of Windows Media Player.
If you have already installed the software, and are trying to transfer songs with Media Player, try the repair or restore option from the Philips Device Manager. This will format and re-flash the firmware on the player.
If the player still won't take your files, make sure you are using .MP3 or .WMA files. The SA4010 will not take any other formats. (such as .AAC)
If you have the correct file type, then the problem may be due to USB driver conflict. Follow this link for more information:
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
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