If u can't turn off your mp3 its probably the on/off button is jammed my mp3 got jammed these mp3 r hard to turn off try recharging it and then after try to turn it on its probably the on/off button jammed so buy a new one or just exchange it i'm screwed cause i don't no where is my reciept
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After the format you might be missing files for operating the device.
Formatting the player is normally used before updating the firmware.
Have you been updating the firmware after you formatted the player ?
There is a new firmware release for the MP610.
Look in the support page, enter MP610 in the bar (Product Search) of next site: http://www.cobyusa.com/?p=support
Download the zip file. Unzip the downloaded file with WinZip or WinRar.
Look in the pdf file for the instruction how to use the exe file for the Firmware Update.
What I have seen it is should show up under the flash drives. The one thing you can try is going to the coby website and downloading the driver for the player. That should fix that your computer is not finding your player. Hope this helps.
I had the same problem and solved it by: formatting the Coby MP3 player (again) in Windows Media; creating a new playlist in the window that appears at the left of the screen; synching the new playlist to the Coby; and when the player was 100% synched I left the Coby in my PC until I shut it down completely. Only when I saw that my PC was shut down, did I remove the Coby and it worked fine.