Question about Coby MP-C7085 MP3 Player
I have 2 of these mp3 players...When I first got my computer recognized them both and I got music on them but one of them inadvertently erased itself of everything on it including pics...Now when I try to connect it to the computer it says that it does not recognize either one even though one if them works fine...HELP
I know how to , you just go on your mp3 and go to settings and go to usb connectiona and then you switch the thing it says two options pic the other one simple as that ;D
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
I can not connect my coby mp-c7095 to
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
Its not loading music from my mac computer.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
Hey i have the same problem , i tried on my other computer and this little buble poped uo , soo what can i do
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
Maybe, your player has the same letter than the other one. Try it on an another computer, bacup all your files on and format it with an another letter.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go into the settings menu, from there, go into usb mode...there are two settings: mtp & msc... my player was using mtp and wasn't being recognized, so I switched it to msc, and the computer recognized it.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
This solution only relates to the Windows Operating System.
You have to plug it in to a USB port preferably one at back off computer and you must have Administrative privileges because a normal user can't access system settings. Now right click on the "My Computer" icon. Next click "Properties", then "Hardware" and finally "Device Manager". Once in "Device Manager" scroll down to "Other Devices". Right click on the icon with the yellow exclamation mark or question mark. Then click "Update Driver". This should pop up a "Hardware Update Wizard" window. Instead of clicking "Install The Software Automatically" click the "Install From A List Or Specific Location". Hit "Next", then click "Don't Search. I Will Choose The Driver To Install". After mark sure "Show All Devices" is highlighted which it should be, click "Next". Now finally click something along the lines of USB Media Player or around that. Ok click "Next" once again and wait a little while. What this is doing is installing the driver(s) for your device. Your done click "Finish" to exit.
If your MP3/4 player still isn't seen by Windows it could be your computer or your device's "Firmware". Usually this solution is successful since I use it for any device that is not read by PC.
I know my iMac with Mac OS 9.2 reads this MP3 player fine.
Anyways if you can't fix the device this way then I don't know what else to say.
Like I said though sometimes it might be the drivers for your device.
I hope this helps anyone who needs it.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
ok you need to unplug the mp3 from usb port and then shutdown your computer properly then wen it is totally shut down turn it off at the wall and then back on the same thing happens with me you properbly just didnt shut your comp down properly last time you used it
Posted on May 06, 2009
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