Question about iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player
I am also cursed with this MP3 player from H. First, I have NO icon TO "reformat". And who among us was born knowing what "converting to the FAT or FAT3" format is.
I know "ON", "OFF", and "PLAY". I drive a miracle of modern automotive design w/ no degree in petrochemistry, electronics, or mechanical engineering. I turn the key, select speed and direction.
Now this MP3 player has the "Please leave at least 4 MB..." disease, and this list posts the A#1 lamest un-solutions anywhere on the www, the best among them consisting of "try this", and it needs a PhD in programming to pull off.
What do you do when the first thing you say isn't possible? I have no icon to reformat. I have no "tab" in WMP 10 w/ a "drop down" menu. In fact, my computer doesn't even recognize that this thing's plugged in (yes, it really is - - I just loaded my working MP3 fine).
I'm ready to smash this dam# thing w/ a hammer & be done with it. And as for "drivers", I barely know what this means, and if you want to see gobbledygook, look under "Drivers" in the "C" disk. Unreal. Absolutely unreal.
Simplest answer would be a bad USB cable or on board USB port. Are you using the same cable and/or USB port for both MP3 players? If not you may want to try another.Try a different USB port first. If that does not work try a different USB cable.All USB cables are not the same. Different connectors/ends for different devices on the non-PC end. If you're using the same cable/port for both MP3 players I'd say the player may be nothing more than a shiny piece of plastic and metal with some silicon thrown in. It's broken dude!
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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