Question about MP3 & Digital Media Players
I have a "generic" MP4 player that I bought from last years "day after Thanksgiving sale" at Shopko... On the back of the MP4 player it has a brand name, model number, and serial number... The brand name is Studio "a"... The "a" is inside a little box and half a circle, if I could draw it out for you I would... The model # is 06FP05, and the serial # is 3771193H004819 (Made in China)... Here is my problem and I do not know if it can be fixed or how to fix it... My MP4 player was working great!!! I could plug it into my USB port and download my songs onto it and let it charge the battery... All of a sudden one day I went to plug it into the USB port and the screen came up like normal that says, "USB Connected"... That is the screen (that also shows you if the battery is charging)... and then "POOF" it was gone as quick as it came up!!! The little noise came through my computer speakers that let me know it was recognizing it then soon after, the noise that let me know the computer lost the signal!!! I have done some experimentation and found that when the computer is "sleeping" or "hibernating" I can plug the MP4 player into the USB port and it will begin to charge the battery but of course I cannot download any songs onto it... If I put the computer into "hibernating" mode, "sleep" mode, or restart the computer and the plug the MP4 player into the USB port, it will begin to charge my battery and keep the "USB Connected" screen on, on my MP4 player UNTIL Windows starts to load and then the screen disappears all over again... Each time that screen disappears, I have to hit the reset button on my MP4 player just to get it to work again!!! By the way... I and running Windows Vista Home Edition on my computer and I have tried all the different USB ports and they all do the same thing... HELP!!!
I am guessing there is a problem with the driver for the audio player. I have a Coby Audio Player MP-C827, and one day my brother decided to just remove it from the computer without correctly stopping it. Ever since, whenever I plug in it into my PC, it just does not open...nothing happens. And I don't have the cd to re-install the driver files. With respect to all of the above, a driver file which is needed by the mp3 is either damaged or corrupt. Contact me at email@example.com
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
hi there, what i did was push and hold the reset button for about 30 seconds and then vuala, it reset and still had all of my stuff on it. to the guy who the reset button didnt work you might want to try two or three times, otherwise i dont know what else there is to do but get a new one. well i hope this works for you guys.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
I think I have a solution. First you turn on the MP3 Player and then go to the menu. Go down to settings. Then, go to USB. Go down to "MSC" and hit the middle button. It should take you back to the settings menu. That means you successfully changed that setting. Now plug the MP3 Player back into the computer and open up "My Computer." It should show up. I hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
SOURCE: My samsung YP-U4 mp3 player
Download the latest driver software from the Samsung website with the link below and install it on your PC. Click on downloads > Software.
If that doesn't fix the problem, try connecting it to other USB ports as the one you tried could be faulty or some USB ports do not provide enough power for the device to get connected.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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