MP3 player Aigo

  BoilerOil 12:54 03 Mar 2006

I purchased a Aigo model: UM-A208 MP3 player from Argos.

When plugged into the USB2 port,it should say USB connected,it does not. But on its screen it says reading, my computer could not detect it.

I click on "My Computer" and all that is there is Local Disk(C:) Floppy(A:) DVD-RW Drive(D:).
It came with a CD-rom and driver software for windows 98SE only. Even with this installed it does not work.

My Easy MP3 player can be detected with no trouble and shows up as Removable Disk (E:)

My System is:
Microsoft Windows XP,
Home Edition Version 2002,
Service Pack 2.

Thank you for your help.


  ICF 13:17 03 Mar 2006

Have you followed this tutorial for your A208 click here

  martjc 13:17 03 Mar 2006

...faulty usb slot - or plug on the player.

Try another usb slot.

Do other devices work in this slot?

If Windows cannot detect it and you know you have a good connection, then it seems as if you have a dud player. I'd take it back to Argos - As long as you have the receipt they will swap or refund within [I think] sixteen days.

  BoilerOil 08:20 04 Mar 2006


I returned the MP3 player to Argos, they replaced it, this MP3 player is exactly the same.

It was taken back again with the receipt but argos would not replace it, because it had already been replaced.

My Easy MP3 player can be detected with no trouble and shows up as Removable Disk (E:),and also my Zic play MiniKey.


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