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Windows media player 11 for windows vista does not read CD Burner

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Again windows vista sucks............. your gonna need to update that program with the vista codecs and see if that dosent correct the issue

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Does not recognize DVDs, computer


Hi there,
I would like to suggest that you attempt to download & install the codecs that your media player requires, before it will play a DVD.
I found this typical when I was using the Vista operating system with Windows Media Player 11.
The codecs can be found as freeware online & a good site for the apt codecs for WMP 11 is @ www.majorgeeks.com once you are on the site, click multimedia on the left of the page, then scroll down to the codecs required.
The K-Lite series of codecs seem to work well with WMP 11 on Vista.
I truly hope that this has resolved your problem, as there is nothing better than watching a fine movie on the old PC.
Failing my advice, you could always 'Rip' the said movie to your media player & view it from your hard drive.
Good luck anyway.
Warmest regards,
Ste

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WMP cant recognize it.The OS (WIN XP) is the one .So!

1-Uninstall the burner driver
b-Do a system restore
b-restart
Install again! Good lock!

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My only suggestion is to borrow another burner if possible and see if you get the same error with with that one. This will be the simplest way to determine if you have a software problem or if your burner has a fault.

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Windows media player 11 on vista will not allow me to burn files ,burn list header says i need to connect a burner and retry ,but it already has a burner installed. i think my brother might have mistakenly...


have you tried burning anything else besides burning songs in WMP11? try to burn something else first, like a few files on a CD using the drag & drop function of vista to see if your burner is indeed defective, disconnected or missing some files.

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Player not reading music.


This problem is usually due to using Windows Explorer or My Computer to transfer files. Although you can use the player as a removable drive, it will not recognise any music tracks transfered in this way. The HDD060 & 070 series have a database of tracks which is read by the player on startup. The player does not scan the drive.

To transfer tracks you need to use the Musicmatch Jukebox software on the product CD. Musicmatch updates the database when transfering music tracks.

This software is not compatible with Windows Vista, or Windows Media Player 11. If you have Media Player 11 you will need to uninstall version 11 to roll back to version 10.

If you are already using Jukebox, the problem may be the way the software is recognising the player. The HDD060 & 070 series show up both as "Removable Drive n:" (Where n can be any drive letter) and "GoGear".

If Musicmatch Jukebox is recognising the player as "Removable Drive n:" then go into the Musicmatch Options, and look for the Devices option or tab. Click the drop down menu next to the "Removable Drive n:" entry and select "GoGear".

The tracks you have already tried to transfer are actually on the player, so you will need to run the Philips Device Manager form the product CD and Restore the player, to free up this space.

Apr 11, 2008 | Philips GoGear HDD075/17 MP3 Player

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Software incompatability


Some one else had this problem and i explained i couldn't find any software for that mp3 player that was compatible for Windows Vista so i told him to try and use Windows Media Player 10 or 11 to put songs on and he said it worked.

To use Windows Media Player 10 or 11, connect your iPod then go to Windows Media Player at the top click on the link called "Sync" now your on that on the right is a pane drag and drop your music there then click "Start Sync" once sink is complete disconnect and see if that works.

If you do not have a latest version (you should have because your running Windows Vista.) if not for some unknown reason here is the latest Windows Media Player - http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/11/default.aspx

Good luck. Hope my solution was helpful in some way. Further problems just leave a message on this page and i will get back to a.s.a.p.

Nov 10, 2007 | Philips GoGear HDD6330 MP3 Player

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