I bought my mp 610 mp3, 4gb, two days ago. when i tried downloading songs to it, it would present an error. i tried formatting it and downloading the firmware, but now it wont start, freezes on the "coby" initial page, ad when i plug the usb, my computer wont read it. help!
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Downloading songs to an MP3 player is similar on all the MP 3 players.
If you would like to download to your MP# player and then listen to MP3 files on your computer, then you need:
1.An Internet connection 2.An MP3 player.
If you find a song on the web as MP3 file, and you like to download it to your hard disk , all you have to do, double click on it. Most songs range between 2 and 4 MB, so it will take 10 to 15 minutes unless you have a high-speed Internet connection. Once the song has finished downloading, try to double-click on the file and see what happens.
Once you have downloaded the songs, connect the MP3 player with the computer via the USB cable that has been given in the box.
One end to go inside the MP3 palayer and the other to go in the usb port on the computer. The moment you connect the MP3 player the somputer will detect the MP3 player. You can then save the copy of songs you have downladed on your MP3 player. You can select the sond saved on your compuet by doing a CTRL+C key and then go to MY COMPUTER> and under the drives section it will show your MP3 player. CLICK ON THE PHILIPS PLAYER TO GO INSIDE SO THAT YOU CAN DO A CTRL+V and copy the songs on the MP3 player.
That should do the trick and you shoudl be able to listen to your favourite songs on the move.
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1. Connect the MP3 player into different USB port of the computer and make sure that the computer could detect it. 2. If the computer does not detect it, use another computer. 3. Make sure that you have enough memory space in your MP3 player so that you could download songs. 4. Download songs that has .mp3 file format 5. Try different USB cable to isolate the problem.
NOTE: iPod is using different different file format, make sure that your MP3 supports that file format. If not, those songs will notplay in you MP3.
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.