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If you are running Windows 98 First or Second Edition, you may want to use the driver CD that came with your player and install the driver. If it is not supported by Windows 98 First Edition, upgrade to Second Edition. If you are using Windows 2000 or XP, you may want to check on the Device Manager to see if the player is connected. If the selected player shows an "?", it means you will need to update the driver. Run the Update Driver wizard, and install the player as removable disk.
@ person #1: if it just says connect that means it is connected to the computer but is not doing anything but charging... try going to "my computer" and looking for a folder titled removable disk.. windows media player also has an option "copy to cd or device" so if your files are on media player all you have to do is pull them up on the first column and make sure the second column heading says copy to "removable disk".. hope that works for you
@person #2: it's could be your pc that cannot read cds check with a normal cd and see if your computer reads it most cd drivers can hold the little ones.. mine has an imprint of the small cd with the large cd. hope this helps.