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Make sure that the USB drivers for the systems are actually loaded and
you are not running on the Default Windows drivers. To check this one
out you'll need to look in Device Manager to see if there are any
Listed USB Ports shown as not working or needing an updated driver.
these propriety systems they quite often do not always install the
correct drivers for USB and LAN ports and this can cause quite a few
With a desktop computer and the USB cable you can transfer music to your SanDisk Sansa MP3 player. Simply hook the USB cable up to an available USB port and begin dragging music files to the folders of your SanDisk MP3 player1 Free a USB port on your desktop computer. Now, grab the USB cable for your SanDisk Sansa MP3 player and connect the player to your computer. 2 Wait for your computer to find and recognize the player. This may take a few moments. Once you receive a confirmation message, open your computer and scan the icons for the SanDisk MP3 player. 3 Open the SanDisk Sansa MP3 player on your computer. The music files that you currently have saved to the player's memory are displayed. 4 Open a folder containing music files that is stored in your desktop computer's memory. Scan the files for songs that you want to transfer to the SanDisk Sansa MP3 player. 5 Left-click on a song file and drag to the SanDisk Sansa window. Drop the file and let your computer complete the transfer. The transferred file appears at the bottom of your music list. 6 Unplug your SanDisk Sansa player from your computer. Turn the player on and allow the file transfer to update to the internal memory of the MP3 player.
Hi, It is not required to install any Driver for connecting the Walkman Player to the Computer. The Driver for recognizing the Walkman Player as a MTP Device is already installed in the Computer. You can install the supplied Windows Media Player 11 Software for transferring the files to the Player. You can either Drag and Drop the files using the Windows Explorer to the MUSIC Folder which appears as a Removable Drive or can use the Windows Media Player 11 for transferring. If the Player is not recognized by the Computer, try connecting to different USB ports and try re-installing the USB Driver from the Device Manager. Thank you for using FixYa!
Plug one end of your USB cable to your phone then plug the other end to an open USB port on your computer.
on your phone. Your computer will recognize the new hardware
connected to your computer. It is safe to connect your phone to
your computer when it is on.
"My Computer" on your desktop. Your phone will be listed
on the new window ." .
To copy files to your phone, highlight the file and drag
it to the phone icon.
on your phone to open it and reveal any contents on it. Locate the files you want to transfer, then right click on each
one individually. Scroll down the pop-up menu, then click "Copy." On
your phone icon, right click an empty spot, then scroll down and
click "Paste" to copy the file. Another way of transferring files is to
drag them to the opened phone icon.
the "Safely Remove Hardware" button on the lower right of your computer
screen. Highlight your phone on the hardware window. It will
either be the (E:), (J:) (F:) or (D:). The message "USB mass storage
device can now be safely removed," pops up. This allows you to safely
disconnect your phone from the computer without damaging any files
that have been transferred and saved to it.
If you mean you can't put the MP3 files you downloaded onto the player, then you simply need to plug the player into a USB port on your computer -- either directly into the port (for some player models) or via an extension cable. Once you've done so, the computer will "recognize" the player as a new disk drive, and assign a drive letter to it. Your computer will normally inform you via a pop-up, that it found new hardware.
Now just use Windows Explorer to drag and drop the mp3 files onto the new drive. This loads the files onto the player. Once the transfer is complete you can unplug the player, and it's ready to go.
SOLUTION FOUND!!! NO DRIVER PROBLEM ...Right click on my computer,go down to properties ..next window click the hardware tab,then click on device manager...right click and goto properties on ALL your "usb ports"...goto power management and uncheck the power saving box for every usb port,and click ok,then restart.!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org