The device does not show under My Computer when plugged in
I have gone through a reset process several times and the download completes. I have also added the firmware to the computer. It shows up during this process and then afterwards it suggest to safely remove the hardware and click finish, I do so and then when I reconnect the USB cable, it once again does not detect the device, although I hear the device register on the computer. This is a Windows XP system. Also, when I log off as the Admin and log back into the user of the computer it doesn't recognize the device as the user either. When I connect the device to another computer on campus--it connects and shows up right away.
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To reset any frozen iPod with a click wheel, you will first want to ensure that the hold button is not on or stuck by sliding it to the on position and then off again. Next you will need to simultaneously press and hold both the menu and center buttons for at least six seconds but until the apple icon appears on the screen. If this does not resolve the issue, the next best resolution is to plug the iPod into a wall charger and let it charge for several hours or until fully charged. Then repeat the reset process.
To reset an iPod touch, you will need to press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the same time for at least six seconds or until the Apple icon appears. As will the iPod click wheel models, if the first attempt does not work I would suggest charging the unit for several hours or until fully charged. After words, repeat the reset process. If a reset does not resolve the issue, the next trouble shooting step would be to restore the iPod using the latest version of iTunes. To restore an iPod touch, open iTunes on your computer and connect iPod touch to your computer with the provided USB cable. After a moment or two you will notice that in the left column under Devices, you will be able to see an iPod icon; click on your iPod touch, then click on Restore in the Summary tab. Follow any on screen instructions and do not remove the iPod until after it is completely restored. To restore an iPod click wheel, open iTunes on your computer and connect iPod touch to your computer with the provided USB cable. After a moment or two you will notice that in the left column under Devices, you will see an iPod icon; click on your iPod. In the resulting page you will see a button that says restore. Click that and follow any and all on screen instruction ensuring that you do not disconnect your iPod until it is completely restored. WARNING: If you do not have a back up of your data on the iPod you will have to re-gather it. I always recommend making a back up of your iPods content before an issue arises to ensure that there will be no lost data.
You will need to perform a factory/hard reset of the device.
1. Turn off your tablet
2. Press and hold Volume Up + Volume Down + Power button
3. When the screen show up, release all buttons
4. Using Volume buttons select "wipe data/factory reset"
5. Select "Yes -- delete all user data"
* Allow several minutes for the factory data reset process to complete.
6. Select "reboot system now"
* Allow several minutes for the reboot process to complete.
To unlock your tablet, you will have to perform a factory/hard reset of the device.
Performing a hard reset will DELETE ALL DATA from internal device storage and reset the tablet back to the state before you turned on the device for the first time. Resetting the tablet does not erase any system software updates you have downloaded or any files on your SD memory card, such as music or photos.
To perform factory/hard reset please follow those steps: 1. Turn the power off. 2.Press and Hold the Volume Up and Power button at the same time. 3. When the start up screen show (Samsung logo displays on the screen), release all the buttons. 4. Use the Volume Up/Down button to navigate to "wipe data/factory reset", select with Power button 5. Select "wipe data/factory reset" 6. Select "Yes -- delete all user data" * Allow several minutes for the factory data reset process to complete. 7. Select "reboot system now" * Allow several minutes for the reboot process to complete.
Good Day, Possibly the MMC is corrupted already. but before you end up buying a new one try looking for this kind of gadget, if you have friends that have this you may just borrow this onceThen just plug in your Memory card here, then plug in to a computer, the computer may show no activity,just let it be, the device will blink a few times, then it should be a steady light afterwards. after that the process is done. but if the device does not steady its lights the MMC is broken, or if the process is done but still password is asked. This process completely resets the MMC so no data can be restored. Hope this helps you.
Have you already installed or tried re-installing the Sony driver software? It sounds like that's the missing piece with what you've described above. You can download the Reader Library software from Sony's website and then try connecting your device once that's been installed.
I was having the same problem as the rest after hooking my RCA S2001 MP3 player up to my new computer that is running Windows Vista Home. I did the following to fix my MP3 player on my old computer which is XP Home.
I fixed my player by loading the latest firmware version (1.5 at this time and can be found at http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/product.aspx?product=124&post=6 ). After you load this application to your computer you access the update device application from the start menu/programs/RCA digital Audio Player/Jet/Update device. One thing that I had to do that had not been mentioned yet in this forum was selecting "Format data area"
Doing this wipes your device completely clean but it allows for you to keep using the device. The update device program will give you additional information after the update and format.
This should fix your device if not contact RCA through the same website above to ask additional questions.