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It could be that your USB cable is just a synch cable, not a charging cable. A synch cable connects your MP3 player to your computer so you can transfer (automatically or manually) MP3 files between the two. If you can see the player in the Windows Explorer on your computer as a "Removable Device", it is a sync cable.
You need to find and install the MISSIL SD-2801 software to convert the videos then convert those wit your GL-15052 converter, then rest asured it will work I have both that is how I made it work for me.
If you've got songs on your computer under media player, then synch your MP3 using Media Player. Then you can transfer the files to your MP3 player by moving those from your library in Media Player to the right Synch List. Once you've got the songs you want, go to the bottom on the right and press Start Synch.
Ignore the disc that comes with the player.
If using windows media player I simply ripped the tracks off the cd into mp3 to get them into the windows media library then synched the tracks to the player.
When you connect the USB cord between the computer and the player, windows media player will recognise it and show it in the left side bar.
Click on the mp3 player icon and then synch the tracks into the plyer list to import to the player (right side bar) I simply synch them all then remove the ones I dont want or drag and drop the mp3s from my media library into the player list to be synched.
Ignore totally the disc that comes with the player it is not required I think its only for 98 users to make it work it is not required with XP or Vista simply upload tracks to the player using a media player such as windows or real player.
So rip mp3s from the cd you want ....
When in mp3 mode (ignore if already mp3 on your pc) click the player icon when connected to the pc with the USB cable then select synch.
I had the same problem and solved it by: formatting the Coby MP3 player (again) in Windows Media; creating a new playlist in the window that appears at the left of the screen; synching the new playlist to the Coby; and when the player was 100% synched I left the Coby in my PC until I shut it down completely. Only when I saw that my PC was shut down, did I remove the Coby and it worked fine.
I have connected XP machine with Active Synch 3.1 to a wide range of E series Cassiopeias including E-15.
The installation on XP is different from all previous versions of Windows.
Without installing Active Synch you have to connect the switched on device to your PC & let XP find the device & install its own internal driver/service. Reboot the PC.
Next install Active Synch - any version which should now find your device & start the service & establish your connection.