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software for my mp3/1gb

by dshelver / October 15, 2009 3:06 PM PDT

Need software for a designer vision mp3-1gb,any suggestions? please help !! raven_blu_raven@hotmail

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by 1shado1 / October 15, 2009 4:24 PM PDT

What do you mean by "software"? The firmware that contains the player's operating system? Or software to help you sync music files to the player?

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It's probably a SigmaTel
by fihart / October 15, 2009 7:35 PM PDT
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If it's a thumb drive type of player with a tiny screen and built in USB plug it probably uses the SigmaTel chip and an adapted version of their firmware. That should help you narrow down the search. Though it will also reveal that there are other users having problems with this model and its SigmaTel bretheren. In the meantime you might try attaching it to a computer and see if running a Windows disk fix or reformatting (as Fat32, not NTFS) makes it work again.

Frankly, you could waste a lot of time that would be better spent shopping for a sensible player like a Sansa or Creative which will have a legible screen and a usable control interface.

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