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Description Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Apr 8, 2009 ENGLISH 1.22 pdf Email
DJVU Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Jun 9, 2009 KOREAN 1.76 pdf Email
DJVU Email
Operating System:
Operating System:
Operating System:
Description OS Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File
Win 2000/XP/Vista Apr 20, 2009 MULTI LANGUAGE 59.83 exe
EMODIO (Software) (ver.1.0)
Win 2000/XP/Vista Apr 3, 2009 MULTI LANGUAGE 56.53 exe
Description OS Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File

  1. Model : YP-U5
  2. Version : Ver 1.57
  3. Changes

    - System stabilization
Win XP/Vista Oct 8, 2010 MULTI LANGUAGE 2.47 zip

Firmware Update Manual

Win XP/Vista May 8, 2009 ENGLISH 0.11 pdf DJVU

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  • USB Device Attached To This Computer Has Malfunctioned Error

    This error can indicate a number of things: The player is malfunctioning. The USB port on your PC is malfunctioning. You need to update your Computer. An easy way to determine if the MP3 player is malfunctioning is by connecting it to a different computer. If you receive the same error, [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • This Doesn't Work, The Device Manager Still Gives Me A Message Or Error

    [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Microsoft Error Codes

    The links below can help you determine why Windows is listing an error code in the Device Manager, and explain how you can correct the error. Clicking any of the links below will redirect your browser to the website. Explanation of error codes generated by Device Manager in [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Wizard Could Not Find A Better Match For Your Hardware Than The Software That Your Are Using

    If you have verified that your PC is running Windows XP, Service Pack 2 or 3, and that you have Windows Media Player 10 or 11, but your PC still does not list or detect the MP3 player, your PC is missing some Windows Updates. Click here to go to How To Update Your PC Using Windows Update. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • My Player Is Listed But Without Any Errors

    Device Manager can list devices correctly, even if theres a conflict. To ensure there is no conflict, you must verify that the driver software is installed correctly. To verify that the driver is installed correctly, follow these steps: Right Click your player, and then left click Update [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • My Player Is Not Listed At All

    If Device Manager does not list your player, try resetting the player while it's connected. To reset the player, follow these steps: Reset the player while its connected to the computer. Locate your model below for the reset button location. Leave the Device Manager window open. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Update Your PC Using Windows Update

    You must have an Internet connection to perform these steps. If you are missing Service Pack 2 and dont want to download the updates, click here to go to to request a Service Pack 2 CD. It takes about 90 minutes to download and install a Service Pack. If you already have Service [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • 2. Check Your System Specifications

    To check your system specifications, follow these steps: Click Start. Right click My Computer, and then left click Properties. Your computer displays the System Specifications. Alternatively, you can click Start>Run> type winver, and then click OK. Check that Service Pack 2 or [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Windows Vista

    When your computer doesnt recognize your player, your computer can not transfer files to it. If this occurs, the Portable icon/listing appears grayed out, or your computer prompts you to connect a device. Your computer may fail to recognize your player for one of the following reasons: [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Updating Firmware

    Firmware is essentially you're player's software interface. Updating your firmware can add new features to your player or fix bugs in the operating system. It's recommended that you keep your firmware up to date. The following instructions will work for most MP3 [MTP] players but may differ [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Deleting A Playlist From Emodio

    You can delete any Theme Playlist and any playlists youve created from Emodio. You cannot delete Auto Playlists such as Top 25 Played Tracks and Most Favorite Tracks. When you delete a playlist from Emodio, you do not have to connect your player to your computer. Note: If you need to delete [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • My Player Is Not Listed

    If your player is not listed, click here to go to the Connection and Detection section of this Troubleshooting Guide. If your computer doesnt detect your player it may not charge it, resulting in a power issue and not a display issue [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Formatting Your MP3 Player IN UMS Mode

    Formatting your MP3 Player deletes all saved files on the unit and frees all available memory. Once you have formatted your MP3 player, you cannot retrieve the files that were deleted. Formatting does not affect the firmware or your settings. Warning: Disconnecting your MP3 Player during [Troubleshooting Guide]

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