Question about Jwin Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First remove the Sansa from computer if you have attached it. 1. Open your Sansa mp3 player menu (with menu button next to volume control) 2. Choose settings 3. Choose USB 4. Change setting under USB from 'Auto Detect' to 'MSC' 5. Exit menu with menu button Plug your Sansa into computer with USB cable. You can now see the mp3 player as external drive, and you can drag mp3 files into it. Put your files into Sansa's Audible folder.
Posted on Nov 21, 2006
When plugging a USB removable device/storage, you should see an icon named "Safely Remove Hardware" in the system tray (right side of the task bar, near the clock). Left click on it, and you should see a list of removable hardware.
If you can not see the device there, then there is problems with your MP3 player, perhaps the battery is too weak; if this is the case, just leave it a few minutes until the device charged and initializes and recognized by the computer.
If you can see the device, but no drive letter assigned to it, then there is problem assigning drive letter to it.
You can re-arrange the drive letter assignment by entering Computer Management console: right-click on My Computer, then click on Manage.
Choose Disk Management, and assign a drive letter to your device.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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