Question about Creative Labs Muvo V100 MP3 Player
When I try to connect my mp3 player to computer; it usb cannot detect device
if you are using windows 98se you need to load driver from disc.if you are using xp it should load up stright away i had no problems with xp and mp3 player
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
My MuVo was having problems until I installed the latest firmware. The
last firmware release was in July 2007. If you haven't updated the
player's firmware since then, try downloading it and installing Creative MuVo V100 Firmware 1.05.01.
If you can't get your computer to even recognize the player anymore, you could try reinstalling the Creative Mass Storage Driver 1.07.00.250.
Posted on Feb 26, 2008
Dbl click on "my computer" desktop icon and see what you have listed before you hook it up then dbl click again after you hook it up,,,see if there is anything new listed there,,,if so then that should be the MP3 even though it may not say MP3.Mine says Mass Storage.If its there then just double click that drive and you should be able to drag and drop.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
I had the same problem, all you have to do is first turn on the Mp3.Then go to settings. Then go down to USB mode. It will probably say, auto detect.But instead scroll down to MSC. If that doesn't work try MTP.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
SOURCE: muvo v100 no music
I've had the same issues with my MuVo V100. I've formatted it,re-installed firmware and used Creative's MP3 Recovery Tool,too.
The only way to get the player recognising " music/ folders" and playing them is to use the 'sync' option in Windows Media Player 11.
Although this is a very long process, it has worked for me. Having said this,it does take a while to find them in the actual player. As the menu appears different??
This is going to be the last time I buy a Creative product.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
Tips for a great answer:
Charge your MP3 player.
The battery might just be dead, in which case letting it charge for a few hours corrects the problem.
Plug the USB data cable into the USB port on the MP3 player and insert the other end into one of the USB ports on your computer.
In a moment, the computer states that it has detected the removable device.
Sometimes the MP3 player needs to update itself, and it can only do so while connected to a computer.
When the MP3 player detects the computer, it attempts to connect to the Internet and retrieve any system updates available for the device.
Replace the battery.
The battery is usually the first part of the MP3 player to go (especially after excessive use). Although you can manually change the battery on most MP3 players, you need to send your
Apple products (iPod, iPod Nano, iPod Touch, iPhone) into the company so they can change the battery for you.
Purchase a new MP3 player.
If your MP3 player has received any sort ofwater damage, it is not going to turn on at all and there is nothing you can do to fix the issue.
hope this helps
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