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Won't show files

My mmp8565 connects to computer but when I view the folder it shows (2) icons that say "file" but ** music. It was working fine for awhile then it started doing this. I checked on a computer with Windows 2000 and it worked fine. I have always used XP, but when I updated one day it ***** worked again. Could it be one of the XP updates that is doing this?

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  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2008

    im too

  • Julie Apr 09, 2008

    you have to go to memorexelectronics.com and go to support, you need to upload the firmware for this model. Follow the instructions and it will reinstall the firmware onto the mp3. Mine now works fine, it took about 10 min to solve the problem.

  • Julie Apr 09, 2008

    go to memorexelectronics.com and then to support. You need to upload the current firmware for model MMP8568. I downloaded the firmware program and followed the instructions, it fixed all the problems I was having with the mp3 player. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully, it may get a little tricky if you are not somewhat computer literate.

  • Julie Apr 09, 2008

    i said earlier for model MMP8568, I meant model MMP8565...sorry. It really does work, by the way.

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I can't get Windows Media to recognize the device.

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