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When you plug in ANY MP3 player, it will show a general screen saying not to DC or that its charging. As for adding music, check your "My Computer" area, look for removable devices. And please, talk without caps lock on, it makes you look unprofessional, people will read it the same either way.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program, such as Picasa ( http://picasa.google.com ).
This sounds like your OS is not recognizing plug and play devices. You can try to do manual install from a CD or Manufacturers site.Just go to control panel and printers and click add printer and click add local printer and just follow the prompts. Make sure printer is unpluged from the pc before installation wizard tells you to plug it in since some will not install if plugged before driver or software installation. Hope this helps.
First I would replace the drivers, and check the device manager for any conflict with the internal router and the wireless device. then run the add hardware App and let windows Plug and Play find the device. with thye drivers re-installed it should come back, If it dont the have the motherboard replaced.
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
For it to recongnize, maybe try: 1: go to control panel 2:add hardware 3:connect your hardware device and click "yes i have connected the hardware" 4:scroll down and select install new hardware device 5:select install hardware that i manually select from a list 6:scroll down to windows portable devices 7:and choose MTP device this should make it so your ipod is now recognised by the computer ---John
I found the solution. When I connected my device to computer, it was unknown. I tried to reinstalled the software; however, the problem was still going on. To solve it;
1. Connect your device to your computer,
2. My computer, system properties, device manager
3. Find Creative zen which has attention icon
4. Click the Zen and then delete it
5. Plug out your device, and plug it again. That's all.
As you plug the device into the computer, hold down the Play button. Leave it held until you see that it is installing new hardware (something like ROM initializing). If this doesn't work, you may need to add devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices=1 to your environment variables (search that variable to find how if you don't know) and then in the device manager go to view and show hidden. Make sure the device is not plugged in and then remove all references to it in the device manager (any grey USB MSD or HID is what I removed). Now plug in the device while holding in the play button. I had to reboot to complete this part. Now you should be able to load the firmware (this was required here, it will format the device so there will be no files on it, including the ones that it shipped with).
Windows successfully loaded the device driver for this hardware but cannot find the hardware device. (Code 41)
A driver was loaded but Windows cannot find the device. This error
occurs when Windows does not detect a non-Plug and Play device.
If the device was removed, uninstall the driver, install the device,
and then click Scan for hardware changes to reinstall the driver. If
the hardware was not removed, obtain a new or updated driver for the
If the device is a non-Plug and Play device, a newer version of the
driver might be needed. To install non-Plug and Play devices, use the
Add Hardware wizard. Click Performance and Maintenance on Control
Panel, click System, and on the Hardware tab, click Add Hardware Wizard.
On the General Properties tab of the device, click Troubleshoot to start the Troubleshooting Wizard.