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My mp3 jst stopped

I was transfering files to my computer and the mp3 was working fine. but whn i lata went back to turn it on it wont. i have no idea wot is wrong please help

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SOURCE: Mp3 Not Being Recognised and Samsung Media Studio Not Installing

As with any issue with this type of digital device, you should always "RESET" the device first (little micro switch - next to the USB port, or on back) with a pin (or similar) for 2-3 sec's. I then suggest you fully 'remove' any Samsung Media software (via add/remove programs under control panel). Re-boot your pc, then connect your Z5 into a know working USB port on pc. See if it installs the Z5's driver correctly (ie starts communicating). If this gets it going, you must now download the newest firmware from Samsung's website (download centre), and then save the files into your Z5 (ie overwrite the old firmware). If this fails, then try Samsung directly for further intructions. Good luck.

Posted on Jul 01, 2007

SOURCE: Transferring files...

my brother had exactly the same problem as yourself.
wht i did was to take his mp3 player apart and disconnect the battery then putting it all back verry carfully i then tried to put things on his player and it now has no problems whatsoever.
i must stress the fact that if you do take the mp3 player apart do not touch any part of the pcb board as the static from your body will blow the components straight away.
so be carful and only touch the verry side of the board.
when putting the board back make shore that the board is angled awy from you as all the touch keys will go to the top of the board instead of being in direct contact with the keys.
i know what im talking about as im an ipc specialist.
so be warned.

Posted on Jan 04, 2008

SOURCE: Cant transfer music from samsung back to Windows Media player

i doont no how to tranfer music to my samsung yp-k3

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

SOURCE: Wont turn on

the ypk3 is not intended for xp use otherwise it totaly nacks the software on it you can only use it on XP trust me it happend to mine

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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