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My computer doesnt reconize my opal m4002a mp3 player, even after i downloaded the cd and everything. i own two of them and they both have the same problem


Please remove the entire drivers from the PC. Open control panel>programs and Uninstall. Now connect the player and see if the player is detected by itself. If not remove the player and load the driver and ONLY THEN connect the player as the prompt comes to the screen.
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My sansa m240 driver file corrupted.Can not remove unwanted files but it is still playing fine. How do i get the driver please?


Connect the sansa to the PC and check the files, scan for virus or corrupt files. Remove, copy all files to a marked folder and format the memory. Also reset the player totally before safe files can be loaded back to the player.

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My dvd has vanished from my computer and i don t have any driver how can i install it again?


Remove the side cover of your pc tower. Find the retaining bolts to the DVD player, remove bolts, remove wires., remove DVD player. Shut down and reboot PC - shut down pc - reinstall DVD player it will load the drivers from memory. If it doesn't then replace the DVD player.

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My computer can't recognize my sansa fuze player... plz help me..


The Fuzeplayer must NOT be connected to the computer before you install the software.
If this has happpened, you will need to remove the Fuse driver in Device Manager. (Inst for XP)
Go to My Computer->Right click and select Properties. In properties, select hardware and Device Manager.
With Device Manager open, plug in the Sansa Fuse player. Find the new driver that popped in.
(You can do and undo this several times until you are certain you have the right one.)
Right click the fuze driver and select 'Remove'.
Close all windows you opened.
Unplug the fuze player and do not connect it until the driver is reinstalled with the driver disk. When the software asks, plug it back in.
That should solve it.
Unsure? ask a knowledgable friend to help.

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The player will not work and I can't open the door?


Grab a screw driver , remove the case of the dvd player, remove teh DVD, then junk teh DVD player.

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Mp3 frooze; PC can not recognize it


I experienced the same problem after a week.

The only way to reset the player after freezing was to remove the battery. However starting up again resulted immediately again in freezing of the player (presenting logo, without any further action).

After having removed the battery and not turning the player on again, I inserted the player into the PC USB slot. The PC recognized the player as a memory stick only. (inserting the player in frozen condition did not result in recognition).
Using the right mouse button, I selected windows formatting and formatted the player (select FAT32 file system).
Everything is removed including the drivers for the MP3 player. Now the player is officially downgraded to a memory stick.
The driver for the player was still installed, but it did not recognize any MP3 file, which was actually stored in the memory (visible and playable via windows media player).

I downloaded from www.trekstor.de the driver and tools download and installed it on my PC.(http://www.trekstor.de/en/service/downloads.php?produktgruppe=5&produkt=83&sprache=none)
After installation an option becomes available via the start menu for "firmware update".
Upon selection a toggle for "formatting" is available.
Selection of formatting results in cleaning up the player and reinstallation of the MP3 player software.
The installed firmware version 2.620.573 is degraded to version 2.620.572, but I don't mind, since the sound volume is improved, while the player functions fine.

So therefore I would advice anyone to follow these steps to enjoy the player more ;-)

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I hope you have solved this problem by now, but if not, there should have been a usb cable in the box with the player, all you do is make sure the player is switched on, then plug the cable into it and then into the PC, the computer should then detect the player as a removable drive (the same as a memory stick) and you can copy your mp3 files from the computer to the player, as you would with any other type of file.

Windows Xp installs the player as a removable drive automatically, but under older verisons of windows, you need to install a driver so the computer knows it is a removable drive, this driver can be found on the CD-rom, that came in the box with the player.

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