Re: WHEN I PLUG IN MY SA3245 NOTHING SHOWS UP ON THE...
OK to Disconnect just means ur battery is full and no files are in transfer to the device. After changing battery, the device will update fora minute, if after a decent ammount of time goes by and nuthing happens, use a pin and hold down the reset button, forcing the device to power down, turn it back on and try to let it update again
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When connecting the player to your PC via the USb cable the screen will light up and say "OK to disconnect".
This is normal.
Go to My Computer and you will see the Philips Removable Drive icon. Double-click on that and you should see various folders. Click on Music and add your MP3 files in tere.
To add videos to this player you need to use the software Philips provided. It's a bit complicated to use so follow the instructions carefully. The software will convert the videos to a Philips format to enable you to add them to the Video Folder. You can't just add a file as this will not work, it needs to be converted.
Hope this helps you.
Here's your problem: there is no problem. Unless you can't access it from the computer like you do a normal thumb drive, this is normal. It doesn't let you listen to music while plugged into the computer. Sorry. It should work if you remove it from your computer correctly (Safely Remove).
The player may not be compatible with your computer. It may have something to do with the age of it. Mine doesn't work on computers that are really old or on the PS2. Try getting a Music Power Duet charger. The player should work on that. You can buy it from walmart.
Uninstall your Windows Media Player 11, and rollback to Windows Media Player 10 first. instructions at microsoft.com or www.usasupport.philips.com.
Then: Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.
if the card is a micro sd card and its one of those ettsy bettsy ones, u need a thingy to put it into to make it fit in bigger slots. if u have 1, what i did is put it in a camera or palm pilot and transfer it onto the card. but that just takes 2 long. open my computer and plug it in. have the card in the slot and click removible disc. if nothing shows up, open your mp3 and click external storage and it should show up. if this doesnt work im email@example.com