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Can not install CD for my Mp3 player

Hello, first thanks! but I am already the administrator..?? now what?

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  • GinaRC Jun 14, 2008

    hi... it says:



    "The System Administrator has set policies to prevent this installation." but I am the Administrator. I read somewhere that I need Windows Media Player 10 or 11 for this MP3 player. I have a higher one. When I tried to download Windows Media Player 11 from the Microsoft website, it wouldn't let me because I already have a Window's Media Player that I was not able to uninstall becasue I did not have "permission". Please help!! Not sure what numbers will identify this but I see: 128MB and FC Innovag 1603977

  • Chris Fair May 11, 2010

    What error message are you getting when the installation stops?

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First connect it to your computer and format the player


then again refill thje software

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