Question about MyMusix PD-6070 MP3 Player
Connect to your computer and then open "my computer" right click on the player, select properties and then tools. select format and set to fat16, you can also scan for errors from this tab by checking the box.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I opened Windows Vista and used the Disk Management from Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management... If you notice, there's a drive on there with unallocated space (same drive letter as your MP3 player). Right-click that drive and select New Simple Volume. Make sure it's FAT and not FAT32 and begin the format. Mine works great now! Hope it works for you =)
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
SOURCE: my 1gb pd-6070 mp3 says
1.Go to the faq by following this link http://mymusix.mmvoice.com/products/audio/PD-6070/faq.html
2. Scroll down until you see Q: How to recover my player's firmware?
3. Follow those instructions.
Worked for me
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
Regarding computer not recognizing your player .Go to Control Panel and select 'Performance an Maintenance'. Then Select 'System'. Then select the 'Hardware Tab' and select 'Device Manager'. Then find a device called 'Portable Devices' or 'Windows Portable Device'. Then select the + sign next to the device and right click the 'Audio Player'.
Select 'Uninstall'. Click 'OK' when it asks you if it is OK to uninstall. Then select 'Action' at the top of the Window and select 'Scan for hardware changes'. Then once it re-installs the driver, see it operates correctly.
This make your computer recognize the PD-6070.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
Go to the Mymusix website and download the player update utility(located here:http://mymusix.mmvoice.com/products/audio/PD-6070/software.html )
install it, then use these instructionshttp://mymusix.mmvoice.com/products/audio/PD-6070/PD6070Vistaonlyfaq.html
Starting at step 9.
I never got it to actually complete the update process, but it did format it, which solved the problem.
One warning though, doing this will erase all data (music) on your player.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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