Unfortunately, Samsung's employees are unable to help me properly, so I turned to the experts. My question is when I tried to install the Easy Start CD, it claims my computer is outdated or some bolgna. I have Windows Media Player 11, which I use to sync. Which leads me to my next question. Everytime I sync my music, it adds only one track (out of the multiple tracks) and then stops. I tried dragging the music from my music folders to the drive with my device (into the music folder) I know I am not doing this wrong. I just wonder what my computer is lacking because of this. So, my questions are how come my operating system is "outdated" and why can't I sync more than one track without a stress. Thank you.
THREE things to check and do
1. xp 2sp must have it!
2. The model designed for media player 10, or download imesh. is free and more faster than media player.
3. if it is full delete at least 2 songs from the database of the 512 mp3 player. It easily get crazy when is fully loaded
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Are you using a 64 bit edition of windows? Samsung users report lots of bugs with 64 bit windows and samsung software/hardware.
If not, My first advice would be to check the cable. Try a different cable, see if that helps.
Are the drivers properly installed? If windows did not finish installing the driver or it was defeated halfway through, this problem can arise. Try uninstalling everything, then re-plugging the device into the computer and re-installing.
You may want to try turning the player off and then plugging it in as well.
Several users with the same issue have reported that manually syncing music works far more effectively.
dont load crappy software that comes with these things, windows generic usb storage device drivers works solidly. just treat it like a flash drive, drag and drop your mp3s into the music folder. and make sure its charged, i.e. leave it plugged into the computer for al least 30 mins
There was an installation Cd that was supposed to come with it. See if Windows Media Player recognizes it - if so, you will not need explorer. Unfortunately, Siren does not keep the software on their website, but you can call them: 254.224.0222
Here is a link to the user's manual: http://www.sirenplayer.com/support/Siren4GBManual.pdf