N/APosted on - 11/17/2011
My universal serial bus drive cannot detect the visual media player that uses fedora 15, which runs through visual media player. Whenever I make an attempt to setup another universal serial bus device, I receive a message stating that ESX 3.X is not supported. I am wondering whether the problem lays with the visual media or its player i.e. the visual media player. I would also like to inquire whether it is possible for me to make a transfer of a file from fedora to windows without encountering any problem. I transferred the folder to Linux though surprisingly, I couldn’t find it.
Cannot detect the visual media player that uses fedora 15
I suggest you to install the latest version of visual media player. Make sure that the one that you are going to download is compatible with fedora 15 so that it CAN be detected. Before doing that, you need to uninstall the old medial player by going to control panel and then choose add remove program. Remove medial player. Use Google to find the latest version of media player that you are using and then read carefuly so that you can understand if the one that you are going to download is compatible with fedora 15. Download and install the program and then restart your computer for changes to take effect. I hope it helps. Good luck!