Does anyone know how to get Windows XP Pro’s Explorer to display the m250? The player, whether in MTP or MSC mode turns on when I plug it into a USB port on the computer, but Windows does not see it. Do I have to reinstall Windows XP and hope?? I used to have access, but had to do a new install of XP Pro and now have no access (except from my Lenovo laptop).
Things seemed to be OK with my newish m250, but my motherboard died on my main PC a couple of weeks ago and I put in a spare motherboard and did a fresh install of XP Pro, and now when I plug my m250 into the USB of the PC it is not detected. I monkeyed with Add Hardware for a while but it seems useless. Is there something I can do to get it detected? I’m going to have to do a fresh XP Pro install in a few days when my new motherboard gets here. Any tips appreciated.
I tried opening Windows Media Player, but I can’t seem to access the m250 from it either.
Edit: I tried my laptop and the m250 seems to be detected fine still on it. It too runs XP Pro. So, I guess I have to assume that it’s an issue with my XP Pro install on my PC. That install is temporary, as I say. Anyway, I wonder if anyone knows any tricks to get XP Pro to detect the m2xx. BTW, while working out my PC problems the last couple of weeks, I had to use a second PC for a while that runs Windows 2000, and the m250 was detected and I did write some MP3s to it. The m2xx doesn’t specify support of Windows 2000.
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