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I can't find installation software for my Coby MP705-4GB, therefore it can't sync with my WMP. How can I resolve this?

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If you have windows xp or windows vista(im not sure about any other operating system) then turn on your mp3 player, go to setup, then system, and then go down to usb mode, make sure the "msc" option is selected. if that doesn't work, then i'm sorry....i can't really say i know what to do without actually having your computer in front of me.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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Hello, for media transfers onto the MP705 you can use either Coby Media Manager software or Windows Media Player 11.
(For fitting video, use the Video Converter software on a computer first.)
Manual for the MP705.

0. Install and update software for transfers on the computer.
1. Open the software program and connect the USB cable between the
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2. Create a playlist in the software.
3. Synchronize the playlist.

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If this was helpful or when needing more help, I'd appreciate your comment.

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is your computer had a memoryddr of 512? or lower?
I'll advice with this but don't know if it will work.

on the right side there are some application image. close the ones you can close then try to plug your mp3 player.
WMP is a windos codec. try to download registry mechanic to fix your problems. and it will make your computer faster. ( if it will work on your pc but have a try).
if you can't find any registry mechanic.
I'll send you the installation though.
mjap_6527@yahoo

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