which contains the contents of the CD plus an ISO image file I made of the CD. One of the directories contains the complete manual in PDF format which completely explains what you need to do with XP and also explains the installation and use of the conversion software. Sendspace only keeps files around for 30 days for free accounts like I have, so the file should be available from 20 APR 08 through 20 MAY 08.
The Coby player recommends Windows Media Player 11 which can be downloaded from the windows site. I downloaded the files to my Linux machine on a USB stick and transfered them to my Windows machine which I keep isolated from the net. (Viruses and all.)
With WMP 11 the player is recognized right away, though remember to use the port numbered 2 for a complete sync with the program.
The unit also functions as a hard drive with any Windows system after 98, if you use the USB port marked 1. You don't actually need a driver disk unless your machine is running win98 or earlier. Using USB port one, you can just drag and drop mp3 files between windows. It works, I've done it, though once it did crash my computer. No harm done.
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Your original rivers are compatible with Windows 98; Windows 98 SE; Windows 2000; Windows Me; Windows XP Home and Windows XP Professional. I suggest downloading the latest drivers.http://top-drivers.com/hp/7410
The software disk contains third party programs of which Sanyo gave you license to use. You can download separate programs but you will also need to purchase their license. For the connectivity if you are using windows XP then just plug-in your camera into the USB port and it will automatically install so you can copy your photos and videos. The CD has the following software:
Ulead Photo Explorer 8.5 SE Basic (Windows)/Photo Explorer for Mac 2.0 (Macintosh)
It appears that you are using Windows 98 as your operating system, if this is the case it is not compatible with the newer Ipod software. The new Ipod's require at least Windows XP service pack 2, Vista, or newest Mac software. Here is a link to Apple's website so you can check the system requirements in the support section. http://www.apple.com/support/
Unfortunately, win98 always requires the cd rom as there are certain files on the disc that it uses to install the software and hardware, so you will have to find a copy from Ebay or somewhere or purchase an xp disc and upgrade.