I have a Visual Land 567K that responds with empty disk
I plugged my new device into my mac book. Copied songs per the directions. Ejected the drive and started the device. The first menu past music shows empty disk. I then went to Visual Lands site downloaded the drivers and again copied music. From the music menu, again empty disk.
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Re: I have a Visual Land 567K that responds with empty...
Ok yes I can help you, when you are transfering songs from your computer to your mp3 player you are copying the songs to the wrong folder on your mp3 player, have a look in all directories on your mp3 player through the computer and see where songs are being saved then copy your songs from computer to that directory on your mp3 player.
Make sure you are using your usb lead to connect mp3 player to computer.
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I am afraid that I can not be too specific, but your have enabled the equivalent of "Scan" on a car radio, it sounds like. Maybe called Song Preview or Sample. In your main menu, you must find play options and disable it. It will likely be in the same menu as Shuffle
I have good news for you, the player charges from the USB port, and it's a very common standard. If you have the USB cable to download music/video from your computer, then you can also use the same cable to charge the player (from your computer). Also, the connector is called a "mini-B". If you go to your local electronics store, you can ask for a charger for a 'mini-B' USB device, and they'll probably have one. Look at some of the 'universal' chargers available, and compare with the mini-B plug on the end of your cable; it will probably have one just like that. If you can find a charger that has a plug that shape... it's going to work. The manufacturers have got together to reduce the proliferation of different charging devices, and are standardising on USB connectors wherever they can.
If you want to buy one online, search for "mini-B charger" and you should be good.
Oh, here's another thought; do you have a power converter for your car? Does it have a USB socket on it? That's for charging USB devices like yours - you can use your regular USB cable to charge your player!
try going to the devices website and download the drivers that the player needs , this may be the problem, if this fails then go into the player on my computer and then go into system and then this should contain the folder where cd on the device is stored , if this fails then i suggest you call the number on your devices website for some help
Windows xp, Vista, and Windows7 should already have a driver included
for the v-touch. It's possible that if your computer has a compact
flash card reader, that it maybe preventing the v-touch driver from
being correctly installed. Try using the "Safely remove Hardware" to
temporarily remove your cf card reader. Then try plugging in your
v-touch. It should now correctly install the driver and the v-touch
will show up as a new drive. In Windows Device Manager under "Disk
Drives" you should see 2 new devices - "Company PNP Platform OPN USB
Device" and "Company PNP Platform SDC USB Device