Ok i've tried just about every solution but im pretty sure my mp3 player is just fried. ok when i plug it in, it says found new hardware, and my mp3 player just sit theres with the blue screen with the computer connected to the pc... and it just says adding new hardware down at the bottom in the taskbar. when i try to stop the hardware, it freezes until i unplug the mp3 player then it says it failed to stop it. any ideas? im running xp media center by the way.
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Try plugging it to a different usb port on the computer and turn it on from there. If it does not work, try with another computer. If all else fails, then Im afraid your MP3 player got fried due to not properly or safely removing it whenever it is plugged into the computer.
ok. do you have itunes. and that will but the music on it. you can go to my computer and open the ipod icon (when it hooked up) and then you can drag things to it, that is how i put a lot of things on mine. but im pretty sure that you have to have it in enable disk mode to do that,
im experiencing the same problem...please help me....when i plug it in my computer it says it was connected and a new hardware found and asking for a installer and that it i cant do anything.....im using windows xp....guys, help me please! thank you very much!
I solved the problem on my win98se OS by
using the drivers from GPX from another mp3 player ( MW6347DT ).
Before, it did not find the pci to usb drivers, etc. Now, all the
proper drivers are being found. The MW6347DT driver for win98 can be found here: http://www.gpx.com/download_prod.php?id=...
if u want to delete songs off of ur mp3 then plug it in then either go to windows media player and delete them or go to the option that says open files on explorer and if u want to download songs then get a downloading program and find the songs u want and download them i hope this helps