2 brand new, will not power up, fully charged, full of songs.
I bought 2 of these brand new, my pc found the drivers and software just fine, filled them with songs, charged them fully, but once unplugged from the computer, the lights go off and they will not turn on or play music at all, no lights on screen at all. They say full charged when plugged into the pc, I have followed all instructions to a t, and still nothing.
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Have you tried Charging with other charger? In your case it sounds like your Battery is allmost dead. So I'll suggest you to Visit HP site and download Battery testing Software. With that software you can how if your battery is ok or not. If the software shows you that you need to replace battery then there is no option rather then listening to the software.
Let the battery completely discharge all they way and let it sit for a day or so. Some times when a battery is new most user do not let it fully charge and then completely drain this causes problems for long use batteries. Then give it a try. It also sounds like your plug your cord that connects to the battery may be faulty. Did you by a different cord with the battery? Or use the one from your old one? If you did. This is a "No No" always buy the cord that come for those battery since they are rated for the particular battery.
The solution provided below will definately be of great help to you
1.Locate the mini-USB port on your phone. This is usually found on the left or right side of the phone, so look there before checking the top or bottom
2.Use a standard size mini-USB to connect the phone to the computer. Plug the end of the small cord into the phone's mini-USB port and then plug the big end into a standard-size USB porton your computer.
3.Install drivers which are locatrd on the pc suite of your phone Once your phone is connected physically, a software link must also be made. Your computer will not automatically recognize your phone, and a window will pop up asking if you want to install some drivers. Click the "yes" or "OK" button to continue.
4.A status window will pop up once your OS has found suitable drivers. Once the status window fills up, your computer will be ready to interact with your phone. The phone should now be charging. Check the phone screen to make sure.
5.Install any relevant software. Branded smartphones from Palm, BlackBerry and Motorolla all have specific software that comes bundled with the phones. Once the software is installed, you can launch it and interact further with your phone
1. Download the drivers from here: www.mscustomercare.com
2. Make sure the device is fully charged and not in charge mode.
3. Unzip and install the drivers with the device connected to your pc.
Hope this helps.
To break in a battery for Acer, you have to charge it up, then let it run down completely 3 times! The battery only has a 300 recharge life, so you must never leave it in your Acer when you are plugged in. Use it only when you need a battery, then take it out. Be sure to use it set for battery use, with minimum drain. only recharge it after it is exhausted. It sounds to me as if you bought a bum battery.. Call them, and ask for a replacement.
there are 2 usb choices on the sansa m240 one is msc the other is auto detect. msc is for downloading new upgrade software i beleive , because thats the setting sndisk has you set it on to download new upgrade software .it stands for mass storage class .it may need to be on auto detect .