Musicmatch Jukebox - Logiciel

Musicmatch Jukebox - Logiciel

V.9.5092, Application, 33.19 MB, Date de publication: 2005-07-06

Musicmatch Jukebox 9.5092

Why should I install the Musicmatch Jukebox 9.0 with the new plug in?
By installing the Musicmatch Jukebox 9.0 with the new plug-in the following problem may be resolved.
- Missing id3 tag or display "No Track found" after tracks being transferred into the GoGear/HDD.

How do I install?
Please follow the steps below to install the Musicmatch Jukebox 9.0 with the new plug in

- Download the zip file into a temp directory on your PC.
- Unzip the file and then double click HDD_xxx.exe to install the latest Device Manager with the new firmware and Musicmatch Jukebox along with the new plug in
- Follow the on screen instructions to complete the installation

To solve the missing id3 tag or "No Track found" problem
- Connect your GoGear HDD to the computer and the power supply
- Backup all your files in the GoGear/HDD to the computer
- On your Computer, double-click on the Philips GoGearHDD icon to run / start the Device Manager.
IMPORTANT: Always make sure that the AC/DC adaptor is connected during the device Firmware Upgrade process and when device is connected to the PC.
- Click "Restore" to rebuild the database in your GoGear HDD, please ensure that you connect your power supply to your GoGear HDD until the restore operation complete.
- Once the restoration complete you may disconnect your GoGear HDD from the computer, the display will show \xA1\xA7Firmware Upgrading\xA1\xA8 for a couple of seconds and then start up as usual.
- You may now reload all your songs into the GoGear HDD with Musicmatch Jukebox.

Windows XP and Windows 2000 users: Your device will be automatically disconnected as soon as Device Manager finishes interacting with your device.

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Thank you - we hope you enjoy your new music experience.

Troubleshooting tips
Please make sure that your PC is running on one of the following operating systems to perform the upgrade
- Windows 98SE & ME
- Windows 2000 \xA1V SP4 (or above)
- Windows XP (home or Professional) SP1 (or above)