Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I just plugged my YARVIK joy media player PMP200 into computer USB port, and my MP3 instead of going in Charging/Transfer mode. Keeps blink and keeps getting hotter. I've been using it for 2-3 months with no problems at all. I think it is overheated. What i posibly could do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ipod won't charge
The easiest thing to do to solve this is to reset the iPod. Apple has a small resetting program especially for this type of ipod. The program is free and downloadable from apple.com. Try this url:
If that url doesn't work, go to Apple.com, click support and choose iPod and search for reset utility to look for the download link. And if that doesn't work let me know and I'll send the program to you by e-mail.
O, the reset will erase all your music/data on the iPod.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
Found the solution on another site (http://www.everythingusb.com/forums/showthread.php?threadid=11238). To quote user AFHavemann :
"* Plug in the player so the USB bus can see it.
* Once it’s recognized (i.e., the device screen reads "Charging" and "USB Disconnected"), go to the Control Panel and click "System"
* Choose "Hardware" then "Device Manager" tab.
* Look for the name of your device under “Portable Devices” in the list
* If the name of your player is under “MTP Device” then the correct drivers are probably loaded
* Right-click on the name of your device and click "Properties"
* Click “Update Driver”"
Then follow the prompts from there. The computer searches for the driver software, etc., and reinstalls/resets information related to the device, which fixed things such that the computer will now recognize the device. I'm not sure what causes the problem, but this solution seems to reset whatever's gone wrong.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
use flash Flash_Disinfector.exe
it flash ur mp3 memory
then go to tools>>folder option >>view>>
unselect hide protecting oprating system files
then select show hidden files
then you can easily seen the file" autorun.inf"
then go to cmd (run cmd)
change attrib by this command
type drive name from you want to delete
attrib -s -h -r autorun.inf
it will fix ur problem
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
I assume from your description that either you are running a version of Windows older than XP/2000 or you need a special driver. Here is a link for the driver(s) you will need. Just enter your model number and select your version of Windows. Download and run the file and you should be up and running shortly.
Posted on May 30, 2009
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