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#1 steinmetz


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Posted 04 July 2007 - 05:04 PM

I recently purchase a MP3 Player from a garage sale. (Cytron DM-02B) The MP3 plugs into my USB Port located on my hard drive. I downloaded music from the net and saved it into a folder. Using Windows Media Player I saved the music into a folder to download into the MP3 player. I plugged the MP3 player into the USB and Windows Media Player asked me to connect the device. I did and even added it as a device into my computer. Windows Media Player still does not recognize the MP3. I did a search on the net and cannot find a thing. I did notice that my USB Port does not have a drive associated with it. Can you please help. I am going on 1 week in trying to figure out what is going on.

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#2 Andrew


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Posted 04 July 2007 - 05:53 PM

I have the same model (I think, it looks just like yours anyway) I have found that many media player programs don't like it.

Windows Media Player 11 seems to like it, though. Make sure you have the latest version of WMP.

All is not lost if it still woun't work, though! Windows XP SP2 likes it just fine! Simple plug it in (without WMP running) and Windows XP will install it as a removable drive. All you do then is copy your music directly onto the player like you would if it were a flash drive.

If it just plain won't work, then I fear it may be broken.

Is this your player:
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Edited by Amazing Andrew, 04 July 2007 - 05:58 PM.

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