Question about Coby MPC-848 MP3 Player
My boyfriend bought me this MP3 player but on my computer it says that there is an I/O device error. What do I do and how can I fix it?
I/O refers to input/output, meaning USB items as well as anything else "plugged" into the computer. Usually just referring to USB though. Try using a different port, although that usually isn't the problem. If that fails to work, try pulling the player out, then reinserting it, sometimes the computer fails to recognize the item. When you put it in, if you are using a Windows operating system, go to My Computer, and wait for it to recognize the player. You may have to go into the system BIOS/CMOS, and turn on PnP(Plug and Play) capabilities if they are not enabled. If none of these work, you may have a defective player or perhaps bad USB ports. I'll try to find more info on it if I can.
Posted on Apr 28, 2007
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