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Infitek MP4 8GB player - No Drivers??

Hardware Device Manager cannot find any drivers for the player. When plugged in, the player permanently displays the hourglass 'wait' icon. Actually, it always displays that, plugged in or not. No 'Removable Disk' shows up in Windows Explorer. Only a failed hardware install.

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  • msudbury Jul 31, 2008

    Windows XP Pro. Tried the search for drivers. I even have the disk that came with the player in the drive. Seems that the disk is only about a wma-mp3 converter. I've also looked on Infitek's website for the drivers, can't even find the specific player...

  • msudbury Jul 31, 2008

    Tried the computer shut down & unplug. Waited maybe 20 seconds, restarted. Same deal. Didn't try uninstalling the device before power down though. But I did uninstall and reinstall it previously.



    More ideas?

  • msudbury Aug 01, 2008

    Okay, tried using a different computer with the same results. I think something is wrong with the player. Even when disconnected, it does nothing more than display the hourglass icon. Although I'm told that after its first battery charge, it did display and play the preloaded media. Not sure when it stopped doing that.

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Make sure you have windows media player 10 or 11 installed, I will look into this more later.

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The player should be recognised with no need for additional drivers. If it does not install try unplugging computer power cable, and if it is a laptop also remove laptop battery. This will reset power on computer and get rid of some usb problem, give it a try.

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Did you try to check or use a different data cable..?

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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    micromaster Jul 31, 2008

    are you using a laptop or desktop computer.?

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    micromaster Jul 31, 2008

    if you are using a laptop, kindly check and change this setings;



    1, In the System Properties dialog box, click the Hardware tab and the Device Manager button.

    2. Next, look through the list of devices until you see Universal Serial Bus Controllers and click the plus (+) sign next to it.

    3. Double-click one of the USB Root Hub lines and click the Power Management tab in the USB Root Hub Properties dialog box.

    4. Click the Allow The Computer To Turn Off This Device To Save Power checkbox so it is unchecked.

    5. Click OK and restart your computer.

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What windows version are you suing?? Try going to device manager and look for a root hub there or any usb device that has a exclamation mark then right click on it select update driver and let the wizard search for the driver.

Hope that helps..........

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    Mark Gil Jul 31, 2008

    Ok, did you try connecting that player to a different computer and check if it will work fine? Check also device manager if you will see any USB device there that has a exclamation mark..

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    Mark Gil Jul 31, 2008

    Try uninstalling first the program then restart the computer, Then reinstall the program then plug the player then restart the computer..

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    Mark Gil Aug 01, 2008

    If that's the case we can already say that there's really a problem with the player that you have, if its still under warranty better have it replace...

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Locate "Disk Drives" from the list and double-click "Portable Device." If there is an exclamation mark or other error on the device, go to the "Drivers" tab.

Click "Uninstall" and remove the player. Restart the computer and attach the player reinstall the drivers.

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Turn off your anti-virus program on your PC if the device works on other computers. Reinstall the drivers using the device manager as described in section 1.

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See myother TIP posted here on this site. About MSC and MTP Connection problems.
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Tryanother computer.
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If allthat does not work - Manually add the hardware driver.
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