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Troubleshooting Sylvania smps1018 mp3 player

I just purchased this player and can't get it to accept mp3 files off my computer. I followed the directions to use the player as a USB disk, but if I try to transfer anything over I get the message: Please insert a disk into drive G. My computer recognizes that something is there because I get the remove hardware safely icon, but it seems very confused.

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  • Nancy Whistance-Smith Aug 04, 2008

    Thanks for the tip. I actually returned the player because I just couldn't get it to work last night but I'll remember this for next time.
    Nancy


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I think that your pc needs the driver for your mp3. If you look around on the net, I'm sure you'll be able to download one.

If you've done this, like i usually sugest, do a reset, but only a soft-reset, so it just refreshes your mp3, and doesn't wipe the songs off.
I dont have this particular model, but i thought i'd give some general advice, as i've had similar problems on the past.

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