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PC can't detect new base 4GB video player Mode Gk915

When I connect my new base 4GB video player Mode Gk915 nothing shows on My Computer.

The instructions say when connected a new 'removable disc" icon should appear on My Computer. But nothing appears as if nothing is connected.

The base programs are installed and the USB cable provided is new and OK. All look good but nothing shows on PC

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Double-check that the files on your base mp3 player are in mp3 or wma format

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Try recharging it again on the PC, and ensure the power switch on the player is ON while charging

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Have you tried updating your Windows Media Player to number 11? this has the drivers for SansaClip. Go to windows website, download WMP 11 and then plug in Sansa and uyour computer should recognise it. Good luck.

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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I have that kind of Mp3 Player too... that happened to me, but the PC was able to read mine. However, the reason why the message: "Low Battery USB Disabled" appears, is that you still have remaining battery life, but will only last for less than an hour (indicated by low light and red empty battery sign) you have to make sure the Mp3 is completely discharged. (you'll be notified when you turn on the device while it says: "Low Battery") once that it is completely discharged, you can now plug in the USB cable with the device to the PC... if problem persists, check your PC.. can it read the device? Check if a notification balloon appears at the bottom right corner of the monitor screen. It should say, "Found New Hardware... Samsung YP-Z5F..." if it did not appear, try to INSTALL using the Installation CD given when you bought the product. Just insert the disk into the PC and continue on, then when it is already installed and ready for use, plug in the device! This may be a little hard, but this is the only way I know. Feel free to ask me! I am no technician but I know a lot on devices and fine mechanics. Good luck!

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