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Software and Drivers can be found on the Philips Support Site @ www.philips.com/support. Enter your specific model number to locate the Product Page which has software, FAQ's, manuals, and other resources.
Here is the link for Philips Songbird (download and information):
Updating the firmware should be done for this type of error:
For PDF instruction you could download this by doing below:
1. Go to http://cobyusa.com
2. In the right side of the page type MP610 and hit Enter
3. Click MP610 Firmware Update for File Sys Error
4.Unzip file and read the procedure
If you have no time to download pls perform the ff:
File Sys Error
This is a system firmware update. This update will fix the "File Sys Error" message and restore
the MP3 player back to the factory settings. The firmware update file can be downloaded at
This procedure will delete all contents on the MP3 player. Please make sure that you
back up all your documents before proceeding with the firmware update.
To backup all contents on the MP3 player, simply connect the MP3 player to your
computer. The MP3 player will be listed under "MY Computer "as a removable disk.
Double-Click on the removable disk and copy and paste all the folders/files on your
Firmware Update Procedure
Do not have any USB Devices connected to the computer including the mp3 player.
- Download the firmware file from our web site. The file will automatically run itself once it is done downloading. The below screen will appear.
Do the Following:
1- Connect the MP3 player to your computer. It will show up in the number one box in the firmware update software.The windows explorer bar will also pop up when you connect the mp3 player to the computer. Simply close the explorer bar.
2- Once the MP3 player shows up on the number one box, click on the "Firmware Feature" icon to start the firmware update.
3- After the firmware update has been completed, you will receive a check mark in the firmware number one box.
Disconnect the mp3 player from the computer.
Close the firmware update software.
Turn the MP3 player on. If the mp3 player reads Coby, then the firmware update is successful.
Use Windows Media Player to transfer your music files in the mp3 player. This will restore the Artist, Albums..etc selections in the Music menu.
If you have a problem with this device, please read
the troubleshooting guide on the user manual or visit
us on the web at www.cobyusa.com for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). If these resources do not resolve the problem, please contact Technical Support.
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ok first go into your mp3 players system when it's not connected to the computer go to the usb and move it from auto the the other one then reconnect it to your computer this should make your software prompt to load. Then put it to the software and synch it.
Hi, Your MP3 player would have a software that can be connected with the computer. Download and install that corresponding software. Then connect your MP3 player to your computer using the USB cable that would have been given when you bought the player. Then the new hardware would be found in MyComputer. copy the songs you need in your MP3 player in the newly found folder. Then safely disconnect the player from the computer. Enjoy the music!
hi!the mini disc contains the software for using the mp3 player..do install the software and then connect the mp3 player..windows has autorun functions that give u all the possible choices when u insert a disc..hope it helps!do get back for any help..will be glad to assist u!
I couldn't find any software that could make your mp4 works, but if you have windows XP you don't need to have a Cd. The computer by itself recognize it. Also if you have the cable just plug it in the new computer and he will recognize it if it is windows XP. but if you have Windows Vista you will have to buy the Disc. I hope my answer helped you .. Thank you
Either the device is bad, the pc port is bad, or the software is faulty. Try connecting to different usb port, then a usb port on a different pc with a compatible os. If still not recognized, then there is physical damage to player.
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.