My computer won't recognize my mp3 player(samsung yp t9)
Okay here's the deal.....i just recently got me a new computer,
so i hooked up everything to my computer to get some music...well as i wuz goin on the site to get my music
the computer said it couldn't recognize my mp3....which is wierd because on my last computer it didn't say that
so what should i do???
because i don't have to CD anymore is there any site i can go on to get my computer to recognize my mp3???
plz and thank you.....
i also have the same sort of problem with my samsung yp-u3, the usb drive wont recignise the player itself but it still charges itself through the usb
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Look sir.The yp-t9 can only play svi files.In order to put the videos into your yp-t9 you must hav samsung media studio and also the videos must be in either mp4,avi or wmv format.And then use Samsung media studio to put the videos into your yp-t9,samsung medai studio will convert the videos into svi format which your yp-t9 can read.
Go to device manager on your computer, go to USB(Universal Serial Bus), find your MP3 player, right-click, and click "update driver" At the new window, click "No not this time" at the next screen, click "Install from a list or specific location", then at the next one choose "Don't search", then click your MP3 and click "next" it will then update to recognize your mp3.
You can download the drivers and software on the products web site.
On the top right you should see a box that listed drivers and below it software. You probably will need both of those for your device to work correctly.
Congratulations on the purchase of your T9 ! The T9 has won many reviews, and rated very high for value for $'s. Now, depending on how long this unit has been sitting since it's manufacture, all new units usually require a 'wake-up'. The initial wakeup charging is critical to the battery's life, so follow instructions carefully, re charging. Then, "re-set" the T9 (ie hold both 'Menu' & 'A-B' buttons together, for 3 secs to re-initialise the built-in firmware). This procedure will overide everything. If this gets it goin, then download the latest firmware update from Samsung website (download centre/mp3) and save newest firmware onto your T9 - your manual should explain how to do this. Always update your T9 with latest firmware when available (appropriate with your Windows OS), to eliminate any bugs in the firmware. If this doesn't resolve, then use the factory warranty to have it serviced by an approved Samsung agent. Good luck.