The "Bean" won't turn on, even if connected to the USB port - everything looks dark, and the computer no longer acknowledges the connection or lists a Drive: device in file explorer. I left the bean attached for 2 hours and no change. Other devices work correctly in the computer's USB port. I can't find any information on opening the device or changing the battery, other than "...take it to an authorized service center...".
Press the Reset button of your player (if it has one).
If this still won't turn on, go to the Sony Support Center to download a firmware software for your player. But first, you should go to the Device Manager and search for your player's icon. Then click on the icon, click Properties, then click on the Driver tab, and then click on Update Driver. Don't let the wizard to search for the driver on Windows Update, nor let the wizard search for the driver automatically. But choose Don't search. I will choose a driver to install. Then select USB Mass Storage (first uncheck Show compatible hardware, if checked). Click Next, and then the wizards installs the driver.
Now you may open the firmware software application. The wizard installs the firmware on your player. Then click on the device icon on My Computer. If Windows asks you to format it, then click on Yes. Format it using FAT. If that didn't work with FAT, use FAT32. Then unplug the device (Do not open the browser after you formatted the device using Windows).
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Several things could keep your iPod's battery from charging. The major causes are listed below in logical order. Check each one to see if it's what's keeping your battery from charging. Low-powered USB port iPods that connect to USB ports require a high-power USB port.
Keyboards and some USB hubs will not charge iPod. Connect iPod directly to the computer or to a USB AC power adapter. Click here for more information. Connect directly to computer If you connect iPod to something that connects to the computer (like a USB hub or FireWire drive), connect iPod directly to the USB or
FireWire port on the computer. FireWire port on a Windows PC The FireWire (IEEE 1394) ports on some Windows-compatible computers may not be powered, and consequently won't charge iPod when you plug it in. Check here to see if the FireWire port on your PC can charge iPod. Your computer goes to sleep Your computer can only charge iPod when it's turned on and not asleep. Make sure your computer is on and not set to go to sleep when you want to charge iPod. Tip:
Some Macintosh computers can charge iPod even though they're asleep. If your sleeping computer doesn't charge iPod, don't worry, just wake it and let iPod charge. hope this helps
If you last charged it with the computer USB port, try charging with the supplied AC adapter instead. If you last charged with the computer USB port, try charging with the AC adapter this time. This will help isolate a bad AC adapter / power cord or USB cable / USB port.
It is important to note that if you are charging your Kindle via USB port on a computer, when many computer enters "sleep mode" the USB power is shut off at this time too. Charging is effectively halted - even though still connected. You should only expect to charge while the computer is active or when using the AC adapter.
You can also purchase an aftermarket DC charger. These are small plugs that are inserted into your auto's port or cigar lighter. They provide 1 or 2 USB connectors to plug in a USB cable. These devices are suitable to supply / charge just about any devices that uses a computer's USB port to power / charge a device. They cost anywhere from $5 and up and look something like this:
Good morning, afternoon, evening or night; whatever time of day you are reading this solution post. Thank you for choosing FixYa to assist you with your problem. Your Sony Walkman Bean NW-E305 (512 MB) MP3 Player won't charge properly? Well Danish, we must use a method called troubeshooting to figure out and solve this situation. There are several reasons why this player may not be charging properly. The cause is either coming from the battery inside of your MP3 Player, a bad or faulty USB cable connection, or something (software) isn't installed correctly. Let's look at the first cause- The battery. The battery life may be gone. If it is, you will need to replace it if possible. Your device takes a
Have you checked both batteries for voltage. Connect to the USB and leave it for a while, see if the Flip shows any sign of life. If it does both batteries may be flat or there is a bad connection to the battery in the flip. If no sign of life on USB then I'm afraid it is faulty and you will have to dismantle it to investigate unless it is still under warranty. I hope I have been of help but please do not hesitate to ask if you have any further questions.
Here are some steps to perform in the order they are presented. I think your screen is too light. The first step (A) should solve the problem. If not perform the other diagnostic steps.
A Try this first.
Push the ON button.
Even if you see nothing, press the [2nd] key and release it.
Press and HOLD the UpArrow key until the screen darkens.
You may have to keep pressing UpArrow for a little while before you see anything.
B If that does not work
Remove one of the AAA batteries.
Press and hold the [CLEAR] key.
While holding [CLEAR], reinsert the AAA battery and then
turn the calculator on.
The calculator should display the message "RAM Cleared".
Release the [CLEAR] key and then press it one more time to remove the message "RAM Cleared".
C. Third option
Remove batteries including the backup battery for 5minutes.
After the 5 minute period, reinsert all of the batteries and
turn the calculator on.
Adjust the contrast if necessary.
D. Last option
The last option requires the reinstallation of the system. So
to use it you must download the TIConnect 1.6 software from
education.ti.com. You must have the TI USB SilverLink or the TI Black serial cable ready.You must be connected to the Internet.
Remove one of the AAA batteries.
Press and hold the [DEL] key.
While holding [DEL], reinsert the AAA battery and then
turn the calculator on.
The calculator should display "Waiting...Please install calculator software now".
Connect the TI Connectivity cable between the computer and the calculator.
Click on Start >> Programs >> TI Tools >> TI Connect >> TI OS Downloader.
Follow the on-screen directions to reinstall the calculator's OS.
If the message "Error! Press any key to turn unit off. Then turn unit back on."
appears on the graphing calculator, quickly, remove one battery from the
calculator and reinstall it while the transfer is taking place.
You have several ways to connect the calculator
Serial Black cable that used to ship with the TI 83
Plus. It connects to a serial port on a computer and to the I/O port on
the calculator. It requires the Graph Link software available on the TI
web site (Downloads, Software and Apps, Connectivity)
USB Silver Link cable. It connects a USB port on the
computer to the the I/O port on the calculator. It requires the TI
connectivity software, also available on the TI Web site.
A USB mini A to mini B cable to connect two units.
An I/O cable to connect two calculators through their I/O ports.
Good troubleshooting. Disconnect your printer from the PC and try the following:
Go to "Control Panel" -> "System" and click "Device/Hardware Manager". Check that "Show Hidden Devices" is checked inside "Options" and delete the USB ports it has listed, restart windows to have it re-install them and connect your printer. does it show any life signs?
got the same fuckin' problem with mine .
my Gf got one too and is stuck with the same problem.
we think we may have exposed our devices to one overcharge.
kinda forget it plugged to the pc for a few hours...
says full when we connect it to the pc (mine). but stays off when i retire it from the usb connection.
My gf's: won't recognise it anymore on our owns computers...