Hey, I got an MP3 player for free from some web site when I made an order. It is a Sakar 39379 Digital MP3/FM Player. Looks silver with a "x" sort of chrome on the front. It came with a CD and poorly translated manual. But anyway, I run the CD, it installs the software and wants to restart. So I did that. Then I had some trouble getting it to not error on me saying unknown device or unrecognized device and so on. It now works in that regard. It creates the TWO new drive letters which I can SEE in My Computer. F: is titled "multimedia" G: is labeled "Flash Disk" and even has a fancy icon for it. However neither works. Note that it has 2 letters because it has a built-in 16mb flash and also an SD slot, which I have another 16mb in there. I can double-click the icons and it goes in, but there are no files or anything. If I right-click and try to create a file, ANY type of file into either of those drives, it pops up an error saying this: [title] "Unable to create file" [yellow exclamation icon] "Unable to create the file "New Rich Text Document.rtf" "The system cannot find the file specified" [OK button only] OR if I try to drag and drop a file into one of those drives it pops up an error like this: [title] "Error Copying File or Folder" [Has red X icon] "Cannot copy FILENAME: Cannot find the specified file." "Make sure you specify the correct path and file name." So obviously there is a problem, Windows can see the drives and gives them letters but can't do any file operations on them?! Let's say I go to command prompt and try to browse into one, nope, says this: "The system cannot find the path specified." So the question is, why does My Computer recognize the two drives, give them letters, but not be able to do anything with them? Here are some facts though: - Disk management shows NO sign of these drives. They do not appear in any form here. - If I go into the properties of either drive, they are listed as this: "ICSI MP3 PlayerMMC/SD USB Device [type=Disk Drives]" "ICSI MP3 Player Flash USB Device [type=Disk Drives]" - If I delve further into the properties, I see that Device Manager sees them and says they are "working properly" with no errors. - It uses drivers by Microsoft (so I'm not sure what the CD install did, if anything) - The two driver files it uses are "disk.sys" and "PartMgr.sys" - The properties show that the volumes are named "Disk 2" and "Disk 3". Status is "unreadable". Partitionstyle is "Not Applicable". And Capacity is "0mb". What it really sounds like is that the disks are not partitioned or formatted. That doesn't make sense cause I use the SD card in my camera, and the built-in flash should be prepared already. I've also tried using the device without the SD card in it. But if it was just a regular, unpartitioned disk, then it would show up in Disk Management and I'd be able to do something about it. Well this was a really long explanation, but hopefully all the info you may want is within. To sum up, I see the drive letters, but can't do jack with them. Thanks for your suggestions.