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Re: how can i install??
Just connect your player to the computer with the cable attached at both ends. The player should show up as a removable drive in windows. Then just put your music files in the removable drive which is your player.
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first, install the software. if a disc comes with it, put that in before you connect it. if it dont have a disc, it will install when its connected. a window called "Autoplay" should come up. go to Open Folder To View Files and go to your My Music folder. drag all the music you want to the mp3 player's folder. hope this helped
Plug your RCA M4208GR-B MP3 player into your computer with the USB cord. After the computer recognizes it. STEP 1 click start STEP 2 click MY COMPUTER STEP 3 Right click the associated drive letter (i.e. OPAL) to show the option menu. STEP 4 click "install RCA easy rip"
To check if the mp3 is recognized by the computer go to device manager in the compuer properties.
Go to device manager go to hardware tab and search for new hardware, if you see a question mark in the usb port it means that the computer cant recognize it and you may need a driver. Some mp3 have cd installer of its software. Install it in your computer. and try if the computer can recognize it.
also check if your usb port is working properly...
The player uses the generic mass storage driver on almost any computer. Plug in the USB cord, and two extra drive letters will appear in Windows Explorer. If not, try changing the USB mode in the options on the player. If it still doesn't work, your player or USB cord could be defective.
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off,hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.