Hi, suddenly my MP3 doesn't work it is only a couple of months old and after i missplaced for a few days, when found it tried to charge it so, pluged it on the pc but nothing comes out now, it is off all the time, please help. Thanks
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hi there, i also bought my MiTone MP4 player from Frankfurt Airport, and definitely it was the worst product i have ever purchased, from the first day i was defected, it was blinking power ON/OFF as i touch it, i had to keep it fixed beside me to keep it working, after repairing it, i found out it is not charging the battery...
This happened to me a few months back. I removed all cables and left it for 2 days. Switched back on on it worked fine. That is until yesterday when half the screen went black. I found that my driver was out of date. I have undated the driver but have decided to leave it off and unplugged for another day. You could try this. You say you have another monitor, i would suggest using it for a few days and the try the old one again.
hi try this 1 with mp3 player off switch lock/hold button to on 2 press and hold rec button on left hand side keep held down 3 switch on whilst still holding down rec 4 it should now say recovery mode dont do nothing now dont connect to computer before you do this goto sandisk website and download the latest firmware once downloaded open the file then it will take you through the process of updating the firmware ok let me know how you get on ok and if you need further assistance ok
Hello, I just fixed a friend of mine's mp-c7085. Same situation. Kid just got it for christmas, dropped it and it stopped working. I took it apart and found that the on switch broke it's soider connection to the board. I carefully resoidered the switch and it works. You can tell for sure if you take it apart and squeeze the on switch to the board while you try turning it on.
I don't have experience of your actual model, but I've had a similar thing happen to my Inovix MP3/4 player when it crashed (also crashing my whole computer!) and went completely 'dead'.
Plugging it into the USB port had no effect - no charge symbol and the computer didn't even acknowledge something was being plugged in.
Basically, I kept on trying every time I was on the computer! 2 days later, I plugged it in and 'ding-dong' Windows XP recognised something was in the USB port.
I then carried out a Firmware re-load using the supplied disc, and my player burst into life!
Firmware crashes are pretty common with various players, I believe. Depending on how old your player is, try the manufacturer's website to see if they've updated the Firmware.