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Re: craig mp4 player.....
No, right click on the START button at the lower left of your screen, and in the menu that pops up, select 'Explore'. Then, from the left side panel, find your device entry. Now you can drag and drop files into the appropriate folder.
Basically, you dont need a driver unless you are running Windows98. If you have Win 98, try downloading the software from the website, or do a google search for it.
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Mine did the same thing. I talked with a guy at the company and he told me it was frozen. What you need to do is let it run till the entire battery is dead. Than recharge it completely. For 4 hours at least. That should reset it. Now my player works fine.
Okay, obviously you have a computer with internet connection, now the thing is do you want to pay for the music or do you want it free.... for free most would say/// try the free software a limewire that is P2P (peer-to-peer) sharing.... click audio to find music and avoid **** in limewire.... plug in the mp4 with the cord provided USB style to CPU and MP4. If ya got an Xp like me it will find it automatically and wizard will launch... just click next and okay until the driver is installed for the CPU to reconize it... it has 2 removable disk... put all downloaded mp3 and mp4 music into the drive (G:) yours my be different so choose the earliest letter.. to view file you can right click and hit explorer to see the directory to organize all the good stuff.... and for the games im still searching for some myself ///peace
If you are referring to "...the disc for downloading will not fit into my computer drive...", as to mean that the installer CD is physically small, it should normally work with most of todays CD ROM. If for some reason it will not fit, then you can borrow an external CD ROM with USB attachments.
Alternately, you can download and install in your PC. However, to my knowledge, the driver (whether downloaded or CD) is only required if you are using Windows 98.
If what you mean is that your hard drive is so full that no additional programs/software can be installed, then an additional HD (internal or external) should work out.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.