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Re: mp3 file transfer
When you plug an mp3 into a Vista computer, it formats the player in a specific way - you will have to reformat the mp3 player on the new computer, which will end up erasing all of your songs - so, no, there is not exactly a way to do what you are trying to do - sorry
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Please install and use the “Coby Media Manager” software provided on the player. CMM (Coby Media Manager) software is the easiest way to: Transfer (sync) media files to the player, Convert video and audio files to a format compatible with your player, Keep your player’s software up to date, Browse and play your media library on your computer.
no you can what you have to use is files and setting transfer wizard in windows xp
you can start the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard by clicking Start on the computer running Windows XP, pointing to All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then clickingFiles and Settings TransferWizard. (If both computers are running XP, you can start with either one.) just select "i want create wizard disk in following drive " and select you external disk drive tha will do the trick...
What you need to do is first connect your mp3 player to a computer that is running xp. This way we can figure out if it is the mp3 player or windows vista. If it is windows vista try and go to the manufactures website and see if they have a driver for windows vista. That is all I can really think of right now
what do use to transfer? usb stick or network connection?or cd/dvd-r? what os does your old machine have?
if both machines have valid and functioning OS(winxx) and both have usb 2.0 port, and you are transferring just back-up of personal data (doc's, mp3's, save-games etc., use) that amount up to less than 1 GB, try using usb-stick or empty mp3-player for file swapping.
else burn the files from old machine using the hopefully available cd/dvd-burner in it and transfer to newer.
for easily transferring the whole content of old harddisk unaltered, set up asmall win-home-network using dsl/lan-cable plus crossover adaptor (wire up both machines to one-another) and stream old harddisk content to new machine
is it laptop to laptop-transfer and you are somewhat familiar with hardware?
remove harddisk from older and put into new one!
by the way: if you can have win xp pro installed on newer machine for same or less price of win vista, try to get it(you do need a bit computer expertise - but we all like learning -don't we?
good luck, if not satisfied or too much options for one time, just comeback to me!
That Opal's Easy Rip Software does not recognize Real Video format naturally. You may have to download a free program called Riva FLV Encoder to convert the Real Video files to AVI format. Once they are in AVI format, the Easy Rip software will recognize the file and convert them to your player. If you have lost your installation CD, you can get the Easy Rip software from: www.rcaopal.com
Which version of Xp are you using sp2 or sp3 when I first installed mine on a pc with Xp sp2 it didn't recognise it, After reformating the pc & installing a version of XP with sp3 included, it then detected it and now works fine.
Just bought the JX-MP102 find it difficult to use but was able to download songs from a windows xp laptop - plug the mp3 player into the usb port and turn on just as you would for playing music its screen should light up and the computer will pop up a screen with several options click to start windows explorer and from there you can got to place holding music files and copy them the disk letter which represents the MP3 player. On my machine my main files are on the C disk and a new D disk pops up for MP3 player. I also have a windows vista machine and it also recognizes the player as a new disk drive just like a flash drive. Unfortunately I can the player to work for a few minutes at best right now even with the music files successfully loaded and playing so I may return it tomorrow. Hope you have better luck. rvwill1930
1) The file is not in a format recognized by the player - Philips only recognizes mp3 and wma files, so it will not play iTunes files, for instance 2) The file you are transferring has DRM encryption, and your player does not support DRM-encryption (or the reverse - the file does not have encryption, and needs to be encrypted)
BTW, most Philips players were not automatically created for Vista. You may need to download the Vista compatible version of the software at www.usasupport.philips.com, or you may run into problems with this player in the future.
go to my computer > click on hardware tab >
click on device manager button > in the is next screen on the bottom should have>>universal serial bus controllers
(write these down just in case it cant find them)
right click on them and uninstall
reboot let windows reinstall them Also told Microsoft hotfix causes this problem try uninstalling the last hotfix If that doesn't fix it trythe USB cable
First, download the latest version of the GoGear software on the Philips website (compat with Vista).
Second, go to the Microsoft website and enter ArcSoft Media Converter in the search box to get addl software that will make it compat with Vista.
Third, check and see if the same file has the same DRM license on both computer. SomeGoGear's only read files with DRM encryption; others only read files without it. Make sure the licesnsing is the same on both computers - the Windows Media Player with Vista may or may not have this feature (if it doesn't get a PlaysFor Sure program for vista on the Microsoft website).