Venturer smp3-338 Malfunctioned and windows not recognize it.
Hi! GUys I am using venturer smp3-338 for a time, but other day while copying songs i just unplug it....what i think is happened is it's software is corrupted, now when ever i plug it to my pc I get message that the device is Malfunctioned and windows not recognize it.
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You may need USB drivers to recognize the USB drive, especially if it's an older copy of Windows. I would check with the manufacturer for drivers if that's the case. Maybe try it in another machine to make sure it's not defective too.
Hi Telemachou, You might want to call the Logitech Customer Care, try on another computer/Playstation, if the problem persist, then you should get a replacement for hardware failure. Thanks and have a nice day J -
Try using the Windows Media Player ... open the program then connect your mp3 player and see if it recognizes it ... sometimes the software that comes with the players are inferior to what is standard on your pc ... Also it may take a few times for it to recognize it .. .load your music into your library and sync it from there ...hope this helps
From what I'm hearing you don't have a good driver. If you still have the disk use that. If not google it or something. I have a Sansa e260 as well so I would suggest loading the songs on in windows media player rather that windows explorer. If you open Media Player and then go to sync and it does not recognize your device, then you have a bad driver. If not, then start syncing your songs that way.
Hi: 1.- Insert Card in the PC slot, your computer instantly is going to recognize your device emitting an audible midi sound. 2.- go to my computer 3 check on my computer windows if the device is present with a letter E:\, or F:\ if yes, right click on the letter that corresponds to the device, choose format, once formated you are able to copy your songs. Minimize it using - top right corner. go to the folders you keep your songs I hope you have MP3 format instead WMA format. (MP3 takes less space on the device) select your songs highlighten them using CTRL C once selected R click, select copy open E;\ or whatrever be your drive and r click on a blank space in the opened E:\ or F:\ window and select paste. Hope it helps. DH
It seems to me that you are using windows xp and thus facing this problem.I will suggest you to use windows vista and format the mp3 in fat32 partition and then copy paste the songs..It will be working fine......................