Have you tried going onto 'My Computer'? Or if Vista 'Computer'?
If you cannot see it on there, then right-click on 'Computer', then go to properties. If it's XP then click on the tabs until you find 'Device Manager' if your using Vista you should find Device Manager on the left hand upper side corner. Make sure you device is plugged in, and if it's not installed properly. You may see the device on there with a yellow warning like '!'. If you do, then right-click and you should find it say install. Click on there, and it should install it so then you can use it.
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video and image files are copied/transferred to the MP3 player from a
computer using the supplied USB cable that is connected to your
computer. Most MP3 players will support photo with these file formats, jpg, bmp and gif.
Check the specification of your MP3 player to determine the type of video
file format it uses.
Most common video files that MP3 players use are, AVI and WMV, there may
be others such as FLV, MOV and DivX.
If your player cannot play a video then it is an incompatible video file
format, then you need to convert that video file to a format that your
MP3 player uses.
Click on this link for instructions on converting video files for MP3
players :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r5874192-play_videos_mp3_player
try messing with the usb settings on the mp3 player in settings/ system settings/ USB mode/ for a newer PC try MSC for an Older PC or mac try Mtp and if that dosen't work try auto detect just mess around with it fir a while
Hmm pretty weird try plugging it up to your computer then right click start and click explore then look for a letter that represents your mp3 like say removeable disc :H and if its your mp3 player drag your music into there.
Easy...download Windows Media player version 11 - up-load any cd onto it... click on Sync and drag and drop your music into it (if it still does not recognise your player...click on refresh in sync and it will find it)
I'm on my third IMP-1112 - they are clearly temperamental products!
I'm not familiar with your specific problem (mine were to do with it not being recognised by the computer, causing the computer to crash, not charging, etc.), but I have found that re-loading the firmware can often sort out its glitches.
Did you get a disc with the machine? You should have. Just follow the instructions to the letter. This will wipe any files on the player, so you'll need to reload them too.
I use Windows Media Player to load my MP3s onto it, after using WMP to rip them from my CDs. It has worked very smoothly for me - use 'Shuffle' to REPLACE the existing songs, or 'Sych' to just add.
When I plug my player into the USB port, I can open and move around the files just like on any other drive or storage medium.
Hi. My Inovix mp3/4 player suffered a similar fate when it crashed during a Firmware reload. The player went completely dead and wasn't even recognised by the computer when plugged into the USB port.
I basically kept on trying - a couple of times whenever I used the computer - using different ports.
2 days later - 'ding-dong' - Windows XP suddenly recognised something was in the port, and I tentatively attempted a Firmware reload.
Success! (Don't ask me to explain it tho'...)
sounds like bad news - if the flash (update to firmware) failed during update, the item is more than likely dead. Warranty return possible?
Can you try another usb device on that same pc?
just to verify the usb ports are working properly and supplying proper power to the devices.