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The MP3 player uses a USB cable to download music files from the computer. Windows 98 does not support USB port even if the computer has a USB port. If the computer has a USB port then you need to install a Windows 98 USB driver so it can connect with the MP3 player to download mp3 music files.
RCA once had them, but no longer carries them. You would actually have more problems than you would imagine with Win 98 and mp3 players anyways - no music services will accept Windows 98 anymore. The Windows Media Player 10 software that you would need to transfer songs is not compatible. It would have been rough anyway.
most likely it requires windows media player version 10 or higher which unfortunately is not compatible with windows 98 so that way will not work. You may be able to bypass windows media player by going to the manufactuers website and downloading a specialized driver for windows 98 and then drag and dropping your music onto the pkayer if this doesn't work I am sorry
What happens when you plug it into a USB port in your computer?
It should appear as another drive on my computer. If you already have music loaded up in your hard drive, you could try it one of two ways.
1) copy the MP3 songs from the hard drive and paste them to the drive letter assigned to the MP3 player
2) Run Windows media player. See if your device appears on the right side of the screen. If it does you can simply drag and drop your music into the right side of the screen. It will tell you on the screen.
What kind of computer and what O/S ( windows, linux, 98, XP, ?) are you using? What make and model of MP3 player. To connect your MP3 player to your computer you need the right cable and the right drivers for the computer. Drivers are the translator program that lets your computer talk to the MP3 player. If they cant understand each other, no files will flow. Make sure you have the drivers for the MP3 player installed on your system and you have the right operating system installed in your computer. Good luck....Rob
There's a driver for Windows 98 on their website, www.cobyusa.com -- go there, then find your device - when the page loads, you should see "downloads" - in that, there's a driver. Download and install and you should be just fine.
Ok people let us try a little help here. the cd you are trying to load may not work but let us plug in our MP3 players and go to My Computer and see if it comes up as another ubs drive in most cases it does. In this case I tell the person go to windows media player pick the music they want in their player and click sync. At that click click device drive this is where you put the drive where your MP3 is located on the Windows media Player then click sync and it should download your music
you need to put the cd in and then you need to wait for some type of loading process and when its done loading you go to the start button on the main menu and then go to the box that says my computer and the picture or the name of the disk will be there and click on it then it will load then it will begin to play or do whatever it does