RCA M4002C will not start. When the USB cord is attached and plugged into computer, it flashes a USB connected message and then goes dead. This player has been used for approx 2 months without problems. Any ideas????
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You did not specify if printer was formerly working, the model # of the printer, or what version of Windows you are using. All this information is needed for successful troubleshooting. However, the below is general resolution for your problem:
"Offline" means your computer cannot "see" the printer as connected and powered on.
In order of things to try:
1. Turn printer OFF. Unplug USB cord from printer (or other end from computer). Wait at least 30 seconds. Plug USB cord back in. Turn printer back on. Does it still show as "offline" under Start --> Devices & Printers?
2. Try replacing the USB cord (yes, they can and do go bad).
3. Turn printer off. Unplug USB cord.
Under Windows Start --> Printers and Devices:
RIGHT click the Konica printer icon. Select "uninstall" (or "remove device") and follow through until printer is successfully UNinstalled. If there is other Konica software installed, remove it also (via Start --> Control Panel --> Add/Remove Programs -or- Programs & Features).
4. Reboot your computer. Follow manufacturer printer installation procedure, step-by-step (consult mfr website if you do not have a printed installation manual). Do not plug in USB cord or turn on printer until instructed to do so.
If all else fails:
Ignore any manufacturer installation instructions.
Do # 3 only above.
Plug in printer and connect it to computer.
Let Windows try to automatically install it (in most cases, Windows can install the "basic" print drivers, which are smaller and sometimes more stable than the fancy drivers and excess software the manufacturer wants you to install).
If still no go, you probably have a dying or dead printer. Consult manufacturer website for help.
You most likely have not turned the player off. Connect to your USB port, switch on the player using the slide switch on the side. The screen will light up. To make the battery charge, turn off the player by holding down the 'play' button until you get the bye-bye message. A couple of seconds later the screen will go black and the battery will start charging. Leave overnight if the battery is dead flat.
Did this suddenly start to occur? Were they working before? If so, it is very simple - shut down computer, remove the battery and unplug any power source, wait a couple of minutes and reassemble and power up. Wala! I read all kinds of complicated instructions, started with the simple, and problem solved.
this player is a piece of work ill tell ya i had to disassemble the damn thing resolder a piece back into it then it still dont work properly ill just tell u to get a new one or go with the ipod most pawn shops have them for really cheap these days