Question about Coby MP-C857(512MB) MP3 Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dbl click on "my computer" desktop icon and see what you have listed before you hook it up then dbl click again after you hook it up,,,see if there is anything new listed there,,,if so then that should be the MP3 even though it may not say MP3.Mine says Mass Storage.If its there then just double click that drive and you should be able to drag and drop.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
SOURCE: Coby MPC854
Try this: Plug the player into the usb port. Go to my computer find your player and right click. Go to format and left click this erased every thing from my mpc854 so I could start over. Then I found I was creating a lot of different problems with my player by not removing it safely. In the lower right hand corner of your screen there should be a little gray thing with a green arrow above it. Left click it and then click remove safely. It seems to have been one these things I did to myself. But now it is working fine. I guess that is how we learn.
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
The button to turn it on is probably knocked out of place somewhere take off the out side plastic with a small screwdriver and try to reconnect it with tweezers I recomend this as a last resort though its risky you could damage the player so be careful
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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