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Laptops are much more limited on the supply side for powering USB devices. This is limited by the operating system in the computer. There are some things that you can try such as a shorter cord if the cord is detachable. The cord length affects the voltage and that in turn affects the current. The OS then senses it a drops the connection. This is partly for safety and partly for battery conservation. For some time, that device was not recommended by Apple to be used for that matter. There was a bulletin issued on it but it appears that Apple did not do anything to change the situation.
I have fixed our problem! Hope this helps you out. I downloaded a manual for the 44090 model.
Make sure that you don't have it plugged into the usb port and the player is switched to mp3 mode. Open the software and then when it says to plug it in now, you need to turn the player into music mode. Press and hold for 3 to 4 seconds the centre power/play/pause button. It will start the red light flashing. Once the light is flashing it is in music mode. Plug in to the usb port and the computer should recognise it bringing up the install now button for the software. Click 'install now' and it should work.
I don't use the software to load songs I just use windows media player and once I had passed this install now bit media player recognised it instantly.
Everytime you want to listen to music you need to put the player into music mode by holding down that button till the red light flashes. Once music is loaded on it starts playing as soon as that red light starts flashing!
Good luck and I really hope this works out for you too.
most probably either the USB port on system is disabled right click on my computer goto properties goto hardware goto device manager in device manager Make sure the USB root hub under Universal serial bus are enabled Check whether u get a section for other devices and whether u get a USB device with a yellow question mark under it or not if yes then the drivers for this device or not getting recognised or USb has been disabled.. Try to disable and enable it by right clicking on it. .... u can try to change the usb port on ur system Try to use another usb cable check the teeth oh the usb cable and make sure whether they6 are in good condition or not make sure that the cable is connected to the phone properly and nothing is lose If still does not work
The jack where u plug in the usb cabke in ur mobile , check for dust,,, to clean dust, take cotton , apply little bit of whisky (wine) not too much ( only whisky works nothing else ) , try to clean the jack and makie sure u dont apply too much of whisky other wise it could get inside ur phone try to clean it and see whether it workx or not. Best o luck
Hi. My Inovix mp3/4 player suffered a similar fate when it crashed during a Firmware reload. The player went completely dead and wasn't even recognised by the computer when plugged into the USB port.
I basically kept on trying - a couple of times whenever I used the computer - using different ports.
2 days later - 'ding-dong' - Windows XP suddenly recognised something was in the port, and I tentatively attempted a Firmware reload.
Success! (Don't ask me to explain it tho'...)
Try going into the BIOS and see if the USB Ports are enabled. I don't know what type of system you have. When you turn on the pc it will prompt 'F1 to enter setup' or it might be F10. Do you have a USB mouse or keyboard? Try those in different ports.