Question about Coby MP-C7085 MP3 Player
1. See if you have a power switch on the side of your MP3 player. If your power switch is on the side, slide the switch up to put it in "Play" mode. To turn the player off, slide the switch up and hold for several seconds. If your power switch is not on the side, proceed with step 2.
2. Look at the top of the Coby MP3 player. Many Coby players that support video have their power switch on the top. Some are in the shape of a bar, and some have a small round button. If you have a bar switch, slide the bar to the right to turn the power on. If you have a round power button on the top of the player, press and hold the button until the player turns on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just got Coby MP C7095 MP3 Player 2 GB for Christmas and the power would not turn on. I tried to charge it but still nothing happened.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
You may want to call Coby's cust svc, since the documentation on the website is a little spotty - Customer Care: 1.800.727.3592
If you have the user manual, check and see if there is a "reset" method - this will turn your player off when it freezes.
Then, hold in the volume + button while the player is off, and connect it to your computer - after continuing to hold the volume + button for several seconds, a Windows XP enabled computer will load the missing drivers. It should pop up a window that says "Found New Hardware wizard: Recovery Mode"
Finally, you can try reformatting the player in windows Media Player. connect the device to the computer, and bring up the drop-down menu underneath the Sync tab - select your player, and select "Format player"
You will most likely need to get a firmware upgrade from Coby's website www.cobyusa.com, although I had a difficult time finding your exact model number - their cust svc may be able to direct you to the right place.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
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