I have my cd player for about 6 months now and have not used the USB nor the Memory card slot for about a month. when i plug in a USB thumb drive with MP3 songs, the display says reading USB and it says that for about 30 - 45 seconds and then the radio starts playing or if the a CD was in before the USB thumb drive was plugged in it would then play the CD.
I have had this problem before with mine. I found that it was one of the tracks I had on my flash drive was corrupt, I don't remember which track it was but if I plugged my drive in it would play until it got to that track and then it would just swith over to radio or cd. I had the same problem with a cd I had burned a bunch of MP3's on. If you erase your flashdrive, reformat it and then try saving songs to it again that should take care of the problem as long as you find out which file has the corruption in it and you don't put it back on your flashdrive.
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It's unlikely that you're doing something wrong. Did you buy this DVD player as one that is supposed to support connecting hard drives? If not, then the player probably doesn't support connecting a hard drive.
If youare referring to the Sylvania SYNET07526 using Win CE 6, then a CD player is not recognized by the operating system, so you can not add this to that machine. It does recognize memory devices such as thumb drives and USB drives of most sizes that can be used to store anything you download. The application Media Player can play some files from the internet. that is just about all it can do.
A Computer Motherboard Diagram
Once you know what you are looking at, you can recognize the components on any motherboard layout. A computer motherboard diagram is very useful for when you need to replace motherboard, do motherboard upgrades, troubleshoot motherboard, or build your own computer.
PCI Slot - This board has 2 PCI slots. These can be used for components such as Ethernet cards, sound cards, and modems.
PCI-E 16x Slot - There are 2 of them on this motherboard diagram, both are blue. These are used for your graphics card. With two of them onboard,
you can run 2 graphics cards in SLI. You would only need this if you
are a gamer, or working with high end video / graphics editing. These
are the 16x speed versions, which are currently the fastest.
PCI-E 1x Slot - Single slot - In the PCIe 1.x generation, each lane (1x)
carries 250 MB/s compared to 133 MB/s for the PCI slots. These can be
used for expansion cards such as Sound Cards, or Ethernet Cards.
Northbridge - This is the Northbridge for this motherboard. This allows communication between the CPU and the system memory and PCI-E slots.
ATX 12V 2X and 4 Pin Power Connection Power Connection - This is one of two power connections that supply power to the motherboard. This connection will come from your Power Supply.
CPU-Fan Connection - This is where your CPU fan will
connect. Using this connection over one from your power supply will
allow the motherboard to control the speed of your fan, based on the
- This is where your CPU will plug in. The orange bracket that is
surrounding it is used for high end heat sinks. It helps to support the
weight of the heat sink.
Memory Slots - These are the slots for your RAM.
Most boards will have 4 slots, but some will only have 2. The color
coding you see on the motherboard diagram is used to match up RAM for Dual-Channel. Using them this way will give your memory a speed boost.
ATX Power Connector - This is the second of two power
connections. This is the main power connection for the motherboard, and
comes from the Power Supply.
IDE Connection - The IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics) is
the connection for your hard drive or CD / DVD drive. Most drives today
come with SATA connections, so you may not use this.
Southbridge - This is the controller for components such as the PCI slots, onboard audio, and USB connections.
SATA Connections - These are 4 of the 6 SATA connections on the motherboard. These will be used for hard drives, and CD / DVD drives.
Front Panel Connections - this is where you will hook in the
connections from your case. These are mostly the different lights on
your case, such as power on, hard drive activity etc.
FDD Connection - The FDD is the Floppy Disk controller. If you have a floppy disk drive in your computer, this is where you will hook it up.
External USB Connections - This is where you will plug in external USB connections for your case or USB bracket.
CMOS battery - This is the motherboard's battery. This is used to allow the CMOS to keep its settings.
If the Kenwood is compatible with USB memory adapter, then you will have an USB port on the front side of the player, just aside the CD slot.
If the stereo is MP3 compatible, that does not mean that the unit is compatible with USB devices. If the Kenwood is MP3 but not USB compatible, you can play MP3 files burning them onto a CD, then playing the MP3 CD in the CD player.
When you say memory stick im assuming you mean something such as a usb jump drive (thumb drive) or an sd card ( ex. for a digital camera)
A usb thumb drive you would plug into an empty usb port. Open My Computer or Computer in the start menu.
You will see your thumb drive appear as a drive. You can double click on it to open it and see the data stored on it. From there you can copy it anywhere you want on your pc.
If you are talking about a memory card for a digital camera etc then you need a card reader for your computer. You would plug the card reader in via usb. Plug the card into the appropriate slot and it would show up in my computer just like a jump drive would. Again you can save the data however you would like from there.
I had the same problem for months. I checked the owners manual, checked the fuse box, everything I could think of. Then, today, I did some online research and someone said one of the CD's is probably just jammed or slipped out a bit. The suggestion was to gently slide a credit card over the disk (through the door/slot, which in my case was partially open). I just tried it. The door closed and the message said "initializing". It worked! The CD player is back to normal.