I can't here music or something on any device...everything is plugged in correctly but the computer asks me to go to control panel and to do something like add hardware or something what do i do i don't know...
What color is you tip beacause if it is green athen look in the back of your computer and and there is i think like 3 or 5 slots and the one that is the color of your speaker tip(should be green) plug it in there and then turn off your computer then turn it back on and go to like youtube or something and it should work
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Do I understand correctly that your computer is still playing music that is only on your USB drive device but it does not recognize the device with a drive letter?
If you had to install a driver then uninstall it and try reinstalling it. If you did not have to install a driver or this doesn't help then shut the computer down. This means turn it off, no sleep, hibernate, or any other sort of shut down mode I mean really shut it off.
Unplug this device turn the computer back on and let it boot up completely.
Shut the computer down again, completely. Turn the computer back on and once it boots up completely try plugging your device back in and see if everything is now recognized. Does it beep when the device is plugged in the same way it did when you first plugged it in when you first got it?
If it still does not find your USB drive and it beeped differently then there's some problem with the computer seeing the device. My next attempt would be to check the USB wires to be sure they are still working, full continuity from one end to the other.
If all this is working then perhaps something may be wrong inside the device.
Your Android device should pop up asking what you want to do when plugged into a computer. Make sure you select "Disk Drive". If it isn't asking go under settings, Connect to PC and check the box that says "Ask Me"
If you need more assistance please comment with the device your trying to connect.
HI, RULE #1 IS "ALWAYS" ATTACH/PLUGIN WHILE PC IS SHUT-DOWN. NEVER CONNECT/DISCONNECT WHILE RUNNING. GO TO CONTROL PANEL, DEVICE MANAGER, SCROLL TO BOTTOM, CLICK + WD DRIVE MANAGEMENT DEVICES, SEE IF WD SES DEVICES IS THERE IF IT IS, DOUBLE CLICK IT. A WINDOW SHOULD POP-UP SEE IF IT SAY'S THIS DEVICE IS WORKING PROPERLY. IF NO DRIVERS ARE INSTALLED, CLICK UPDATE DRIVER. IF THAT DOES NOT WORK, GO TO CONTROL PANEL, ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS, COMPUTER MANAGEMENT, UNDER STORAGE, CLICK DISK MANAGEMENT, MAXIMIZE PAGE, SEE IF MY BOOK IS THERE. IF IT IS, RIGHT CLICK, THEN MARK PARTITION AS ACTIVE...........I HOPE THIS HELPS..........JEFFXC
you need to reformat your card, or if this is a camera card or something in that area, you would need to plug it back into its device (camera and such), plug the camera into the computer and it should work.
if not than again format your card... DOING THIS WILL DELETE EVERYTHING ON THE CARD
I simply figured out that sometimes the two types of tag types for an mp3 file aren't the same and it creates a disconnect between the two and in that case neither of the two tags will be correct and the device will read them as tagless files, so to fix it I simply deleted both tags on it so there were no tags at all, then made both tags again, but the second time they were the same so they were both registered by the device, making the tag appear on the device... simple as that :)
This might be a tricky one to solve - may take more than one method. Start by resetting the player. Then replugging it into the computer. If it still fails:
the PD-6030 via device manager. The PD-6030 needs
to plugged in to do this. Go to Start, Control
Panel and select 'Performance an Maintenance'.
Then Select 'System'. Then select the 'Hardware
Tab' and select 'Device Manager'. Then find a
device called 'Portable Devices' or 'Windows
Portable Device'. Then select the + sign next to
the device and right click the 'Audio Player'.
'Uninstall'. Click 'OK' when it asks you if it is
OK to uninstall. Then select 'Action' at the top
of the Window and select 'Scan for hardware
changes'. Then once it re-installs the driver, see
performing a firmware recovery procedure can
work to make your computer recognize the PD-6030.
Please follow the set of instructions titled, "Q: How to recover
my player's firmware?".
The firmware upgrade can be found at www.mymusix.com
You can either put them on using the Sony Ericsson Pc suite "disc to phone" which you can download at the sony ericsson site for free. Or you can connect your device as a mass storgage device and go into the folders like its a pc on your drive. Another option would be to connect via bluetooth to transfer the files. But your pc needs to have bluetooth first. Hope this helped!