Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: connecting Iriver H10
RE: connecting Iriver H10
From: Jammit Timmaj <jammit999_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 23:20:04 +0000
Subject: Re: connecting Iriver H10
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 17:59:07 -0500
From: Daryl Marie
Not sure if this will help, but what I do is I simply use it as a
drive. If you have Windows XP, this works fine and you can just copy and
paste if you'd like.
Thanks for the response but the problem is I can
not get it to show up as a drive or anything. As soon as I power the
player up, the add new hardware wizard pops up and if I cancel that the player
does not show up as a drive. Any other ideas?
I may not have the right information for you, but I do know that Windows needs to finish its "add new hardware" thing before it'll accept anything. If you let Windows finish it may mount the mp3 player as a USB hard drive. If that doesn't work you may need to download the software for the mp3 player from the mp3 payers website and install the software. After the software is installed, plugging the mp3 player will probably cause Windows to do the "found new hardware" thing. Keep clicking the next, next, and finish buttons (or basically just accept the Windows defaults by clicking any button marked "next", "ok", or "finish".) After doing this you should see a new drive letter in "My Computer". This is the mp3 player. The important thing to know is that Windows /has/ to finish the "add new hardware" thing or else nothing happens. I hope this helps.
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Received on 2008-07-29