HOLD THE BTTON DOWN UNTIL IT TURNS OFF. IF THAT DON'T WORK TAKE THE BATERY OUT AND PUT IT BACK IN AND TRY AGAIN. IF IT HELPS ONE OR THE OTHER SEND A MESSAGE BACK ON HOW TO DOWNLOAD SONGS ON TO AN MP3 PLAYER,I ASKED THAT BECAUSE I NEED HELP TO DO THAT SO GOOD-BYE.AND I WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOUR NAME IS MINE IS WELL JOE.
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First try and reset the player. 1. Press and hold thePower/Menubutton
for approximately 20 seconds. 2. Release thePower/Menubutton. 3. Press thePower/Menubutton
again to turn on the player. If that does not work try this, Remove the battery
- Power cycle the player 1. Connect the device to the PC. 2. Leave the device connected for about 2 minutes. Turn on the device 1. Disconnect the player from the PC. 2. Insert a fresh AAA battery into the player. 3. Turn on the player.
STEP 1 - Connect the device to the
computer 1. Remove the battery from the player's battery
compartment. 2. Put the hold/lock switch to lock. 3. Plug in your device to the computer.
STEP 2 - Format the device 1. Double-clickMy
Computer. 2. Right-click on the player, which might show up
as a Removable Drive, selectFormat. 3. ClickStart. 4. ClickOKwhen a "Format Complete" dialog appears. 5. ClickClose.
I think I have a solution. First you turn on the MP3 Player and then go to the menu. Go down to settings. Then, go to USB. Go down to "MSC" and hit the middle button. It should take you back to the settings menu. That means you successfully changed that setting. Now plug the MP3 Player back into the computer and open up "My Computer." It should show up. I hope this helps!
1) Disconnect from computer, turn it off, hold in volume + button and reconnect it to your computer - continue holding volume + until the Found Hardware Wizard comes up. 2)
REFORMAT FOR WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER - Erases Everything: Connect your iLo player to the computer and open Windows Media Player. Click on the Sync tab. Pull down the drop down menu underneath the Sync tab by moving your cursor over the Sync tab and left clicking on the little black arrow underneath the Sync tab. Highlight "ILO 2GB" (wording may vary slightly), and then select "Format." - this should erase everything, and give you a fresh start.
for notforreal, did you firmware upgrade? if you did, here the link to fix the problem,
For X120AUD2GB http://www.xovision.com/downloads/X120AUD2GB%20UPGRADE%20SOFTWARE.zip
For X120AUD4GB http://www.xovision.com/downloads/X120AUD4GB%20UPGRADE%20SOFTWARE.zip
For songs that got deleted, or just simply disappear
is the file
system of your player FAT32? if yes just format it in FAT. this will solved the
problem of losing music.
your Player to usb port of your computer 2) Wait
until it is recognizes as flash drive 3) Go to My
Computer, look for the removable disk 4)Right
click, then click format, window will pop up, on file format, choose FAT 5) click
start, wait until finish formatting. 6)
then you can now start using your player.
From my understanding your computer isn't detecting you're mp3 player in Windows media player. If you go to the start menu on your desktop click on my computer. There will be a list of items there. You mp3 might be there. You're UBS port might be broken so try connecting it to the computer through a different one. Also the UBS port on your mp3 might be broken.
Your player may be experiencing some temporary power problems which may be corrected using the following procedures:
(1) Remove the battery, then press and hold the "Menu" button for 30 seconds to drain the excess electrical charge off the player
(2) Insert an unused battery and try to turn it on again
(3) If this does not work, repeat the same process but this time, press and hold the "Menu" button longer (45 seconds to 1 minute). Insert an unused battery and try to turn it on again
Another way would be to format the player. But before formatting the player, switch the player to "MSC" mode (to allow the computer to recognize the player as a "Flash Drive") by enabling the "Hold" switch (slide the Hold switch to expose the "orange-colored surface")
(1) Plug the player to your computer
(2) In Windows Explorer, locate the player (it would be assigned a drive letter)
(3) Right-click on the drive letter corresponding to the M240, then select "Format"
(4) On the "Format" window, make sure you select "FAT" as its File System type
(5) CLick "Start"to begin the format process.
(6) Unplug the player, disable the Hold switch, then try to turn the player on.