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NX-134 came with wrong USB cable?! I have ten of these USB's!

As you can see above I received the wrong USB cable. There's no port big enough for a normal USB cable for this NX-134.....derrrrr! Then I come to the site and see nothing for this device, along with an assortment of PROBLEMS posted all over about this particular model. What a rip off!!! Or is it your laborers didn't take time to properly package my teens device? I'm PISSED OFF!!! What do you have to say dipshits?

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You seem to be confused. Fixya.com is an independent website, not associated in any way with the manufacturers of your mp3 player. Call the manufacturer of the mp3 player directly.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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ON MY SLICK MP3 PLAYER ,WHEN PLUGGING IT INTO A DESKTOP , WHEN TRYING TO DELETE A CERTAIN FOLDER , A POP UP STATES .. ERROR DELETING FILE OR FOLDER , A BIG X THEN SAYS CANNOT DELETE FILE CANNOT READ FROM...


This sounds like you've got one of three things happening:

1 - Your USB cable is dying slowly. Over time connections become seperated within the cable. This causes data loss and all sorts of funny errors. Try a different cable and see if that helps.

2 - Your USB plug is malfunctioning or underpowered. If you are attempting to use a USB 2.0 device on a 1.1 connection, errors may prevent you from doing what you want to do. Try a different USB port, see if that helps.

3 - Your MP3 player has a setting somewhere locking files to the device itself. If windows tries to delete a locked file, you will receive an error. Browse through the manual of your device or the settings on the device itself and see if there's a lock or protection or USB mode somewhere.

Because you're getting the "cannot read from source or disk" error, I am strongly geared towards #1. Get yourself a new cable and see if that doesn't solve the problem.

May 04, 2011 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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on Aug 09, 2011 | Apple iPod touch

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What video format does naxa nx134 accept and how to put it on


it needs to be in the amv format. you be able to download it from the little cd that came with the mp3

Sep 20, 2009 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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Will not take a charge. took two charges prior but has now stopped


I found this online at www.sandisk.com under warranty and manuals link.
I believe they have an excellent Return Authorization system, that if you truly have trouble with your disk player and it's still under warranty, gather your receipts and get on line to get an RMA. I have successfully returned to disc players that were infact faulty (FAT problems) and received two replacement players. Get on it right away. Look at the manaul online too. IT can be very helpful. I've included the Battery info, and the link for the manual at the end.

Battery
The Sansa
®
Clip player comes with an internal rechargeable battery. To use the player for
the very first time, remember to fully charge the battery. You can charge your Sansa
®
player through the USB port of your computer, a car adapter (not included) USB port, or AC
adapter (not included) USB port.
Charging
To charge the battery, please follow these steps:
1. Connect the larger end of the USB cable into an available USB port on the
computer.
2. Connect the smaller end of the USB cable into the Sansa
®
Clip player.
3. The computer must be on for most USB ports to charge your battery. Your
Sansa
®
will show connected and the yellow charging indicator will appear.
The battery level indicator will blink while charging. You will not be able to
play while connected to the computer USB.
4. To stop recharging, simply disconnect the cable.
The battery can also be charged using an AC adapter (not included) or a car adapter
(not included) and you will be able to play your device while charging with one of the
adapters.
NOTE: Some low-power USB ports may not be able to provide enough charge
power. Also note that the rechargeable batteries are not replaceable.

http://www.sandisk.com/media/175960/clip_um_0608_eng.pdf

May 12, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa m200 SDMX3-512 MP3 Player

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MY NAXA NX-134 ONLY LOADS IT WONT COME ON OR ANYTHING


The Support for the NX-134 is non-existent on Naxa's website:
Please feel free to contact our customer support department directly by sending them an email at: support@naxaelectronics.com

One of our support department representatives will contact you back within 24-72 hours. If possible, please make sure the email you send includes the following information, if applicable:


  1. Model # of item
  2. Date Purchased
  3. Place Purchased
  4. Any questions and or concerns you may have about the item.
  5. Contact Information: Name and Phone #
Please note that a majority of questions can be answered by simply reading the instruction manual and other documents provided with each item.

Feb 28, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa e200 MP3 Player

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My philips gogear 8 GB media player won't take a charge or nothin


I had the same problem. Nothing wrong with usb you just need a .2 ampere charge. PC USB is not enough. I got an external adaptor and works fine.

Jan 06, 2009 | Philips GoGear HDD1830 MP3 Player

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Great another problem to deal with...


Walmart won't have the cable separately. If it is within their 14 day return policy, and you have the receipt, you can swap it out for a new one. The software that you need to make the player Vista-compatible is available for free on the RCA Opal website, www.rcaopal.com. You can call RCA and see if they will send you the right cable - most electronics companies don't have an overnight option, but there are exceptions here and there. Good luck!

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Dec 26, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e200 MP3 Player

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Need driver for naxa mp3 for vista


I only see an update on Naxa's website for a NX-122 and NX-196, so the 134 may not be Vista compatible. Some manufacturers updated SOME of their players to be Vista compatible, but not others. To be absolutely sure, I would e-mail them at support@naxaelectronics.com. I just shot them one myself - I'll see if they respond.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Dec 25, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e200 MP3 Player

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Help me out


Connect the little end of the USB cable to the top of the unit. If you are looking at the face of the unit, the port for the cable will be on the right. Then connect the big end of the USB cable to your USB port on your PC.

Apr 04, 2008 | RCA H100 MP3 Player

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Wont power up


Same unit, same problem. I found that when the internal batt is dead current draw on the USB port is not enough to recharge. I have a USB car adaptor (it is for my kids PSP ) and use it to recharge the batt when it goes completly dead. I keep a eye on the remaining batt life and charge it via the computer USB before it gets to low

Oct 22, 2007 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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