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If you can find the model and manufacturer of your mp3 player, then you can check the company's website for the latest software. Not all companies have the software on their website. What is the model and manfacturer of the mp3 player?

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I lost my manual & startup disk - HELP! Is


hello, i have the Creative Zen Sleek Photo User's Guide in PDF format, I uploaded on my 4shared account, you can simply download it here . maybe the creative support centre can help too, try to follow this link (you can download the latest firmware or software)

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I forgot the 4-digit combination to my Ipod nano how do i unlock it?


After completing the following, your iPod will become a password recovery disk, which will allow recovering your system password in case you get locked out. Note: This tutorial is only works for WinXP.
Required Items:

  • Windows XP Home/Pro
  • iPod Nano or iPod Video
  • USB-iPod Connection Cable
Set Up Procedure:
1) Connect your iPod to your machine and verify that it appears as a standard drive in "My Computer". (ex: "Joe's iPod (G:)")
Note: If it doesn't appear and you have iTunes Installed, make sure "disk use" is enabled.
2) Go To Control Panel -> User Accounts -> Select Your Account -> Related Tasks - > "Prevent a forgotten password". A Wizard should appear.
3) Select Your iPod's Drive Name -> Enter Current Password -> Finish


Once complete your iPod should be setup as a password recovery disk. Do not delete the "userkey" file, which you may see when browsing your iPod's contents. To test your recovery disk do a quick Log Off and try logging in with an incorrect password. Select "use password reset disk". Then proceed and select your iPod's drive name. If all goes well it should you will be allowed to create a new password.
Note: Non-iPod users can use the same procedure to save the "userkey" file to a Thumbdrives, CDs, floppy, Memory Sticks, etc.

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Setting up my email account/ archos 7


Hi. What is 'completely blank'? If the screen is blank after pressing the email icon then do a master reset, or do a disk repair ( from Setting). Shay

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Here is the website there are drivers here>

http://insigniaproducts.com/productSearch.html?query=NS-DV2G+

If this helps please vote

Jul 01, 2009 | Insignia NS-DV2G MP3 Player

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No disk. how to get one. not get in i-pod


There is absolutely no need for a disk with your ipod. Head over to apple's website and download a copy of itunes.

http://www.apple.com/itunes/

It's a free download, free software. Itunes will instantly recognize your ipod and take you through the steps of setting it up and putting music on it.


Mar 23, 2009 | Apple iPod nano

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Lost factory settings - sample pictures, videos and music


You have a disk which came with the MP3 Player.
the disk contains the relevant software.
the device uses windows media player 11
You can follow this link to download a compatibility program for windows vista.
also any drivers necessary to reinstall the software.
Click Here for Software
If you find this post useful please leave a rating. Thanks

Mar 02, 2009 | Sony Walkman NWZ-B105F MP3 Player

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I a have a sansa clip mp3 player


Hi,
Make sure the device is set to MSC mode under Settings on the device (Menu --> Settings --> USB Mode --> MSC )
If you already have music on your PC, follow the instructions provided in the following link to transfer music over to your Sansa Clip. 
Transferring Music to Sansa Clip from Windows Media Player 
Do let me know if you need further assistance.

Feb 19, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player

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Locked it by accident


After completing the following, your iPod will become a password recovery disk, which will allow recovering your system password in case you get locked out. Note: This tutorial is only works for WinXP. Required Items:
  • Windows XP Home/Pro
  • iPod Nano or iPod Video
  • USB-iPod Connection Cable
Set Up Procedure:
1) Connect your iPod to your machine and verify that it appears as a standard drive in "My Computer". (ex: "Joe's iPod (G:)")
Note: If it doesn't appear and you have iTunes Installed, make sure "disk use" is enabled.
2) Go To Control Panel -> User Accounts -> Select Your Account -> Related Tasks - > "Prevent a forgotten password". A Wizard should appear.
3) Select Your iPod's Drive Name -> Enter Current Password -> Finish Once complete your iPod should be setup as a password recovery disk. Do not delete the "userkey" file, which you may see when browsing your iPod's contents. To test your recovery disk do a quick Log Off and try logging in with an incorrect password. Select "use password reset disk". Then proceed and select your iPod's drive name. If all goes well it should you will be allowed to create a new password

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Sreeki


As long as the USB setting is set to MSC, you should be able to drag and drop songs into the Audible folder without using a disk. xlthim.

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