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I cannot listen to the player while its plugged in to the computer, I get a screen, okay to disconnect

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Thats because your mp3 player has a failsafe that doesn't allow playback durring a possible file transfer.

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Not sure if player is charging


QUESTION ONE:
Can you see it in "My Computer"? It will show under "Removable Drive/Storage"

QUESTION TWO:
Double click the removable drive to open the folders. Can you see your music, photo and movie folders?

QUESTION THREE:
Can you see the player in Coby Manager - under the "DEVICE" tab?

QUESTION FOUR:
When disconnected from the computer, how long can you listen to the Coby player before it goes off?

If not present in My Computer or in Coby Manager/Device Tab, then it is not plugged in correctly.
a. Disconnect the player from the computer.
b. Wait for it to cycle through "Please Wait" and "Updating Library" screens.
c. Make sure the player is TURNED OFF
d. With player TURNED OFF, reconnect wire to the player then to the computer.
e. You will see a USB connector icon on the player screen and the player charging.

It will appear to be charging all the while it is connected to the computer.
After it has been plugged into the computer for an hour, it should be well charged unless the battery is completely run down. In that case, you need to do an initial 8 hour charge - with the coby player OFF - through the computer. (This one got me when I first got my player!)

f. Use the Coby Manager to disconnect the player (Found HERE CobyMedia Manager fix for MP822 (Windows XP/2000/Vista)

1. Open Coby Manager
2. Go to the DEVICE TAB
3. CLICK on EJECT Button in lower right hand corner.
4. It will have a pop-up screen to ask "Do you want to eject?" Click YES.
5. The second pop-up screen will tell you "The device can now be safely removed from the system."
6. Disconnect the player from the computer.
7. The Coby will now show "Please Wait..."
8. It will take the Coby about 10 minutes on the "Please Wait" screen and then on the "UPDATE the Library" screen - Be PATIENT

You should now have enough battery power to use it. To check the battery level,

1. Turn on the player
2. The battery icon is in the upper right hand corner of the screen - it is ALWAYS RED until it starts to go down... I've not had mine down very far, but believe the red line gets shorter as the battery is wearing down.

Hope this helps.

Apr 07, 2010 | Coby MP-610 MP3 Player

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My Coby mp3 player won't connect to my computer


QUESTION ONE:
Can you see it in "My Computer"? It will show under "Removable Drive/Storage"

QUESTION TWO:
Double click the removable drive to open the folders. Can you see your music, photo and photo folders?

QUESTION THREE:
Can you see the player in Coby Manager - under the "DEVICE" tab?

QUESTION FOUR:
When disconnected from the computer, how long can you listen to the Coby player before it goes off?

If not present in My Computer or in Coby Manager, then it is not plugged in correctly.
a. Disconnect the player from the computer.
b. Wait for it to cycle through "Please Wait" and "Updating Library" screens.
c. Make sure the player is TURNED OFF ! ! !
d. With player TURNED OFF, reconnect wire to the player then to the computer.
e. You will see a USB connector icon on the player screen and the player battery charging.

It will appear to be charging all the while it is connected to the computer. After it has been plugged into the computer for an hour, it should be well charged unless the battery is completely run down. In that case, you need to do an initial 8-16 hour charge with the player turned OFF connected to the computer.

IT WILL NOT CHARGE WITH A COMPUTER UNLESS IT IS TURNED OFF WHEN YOU CONNECT IT.


f. Use the Coby Manager to disconnect the player

(Found HERE if you have had to format the player)
CobyMedia Manager fix for MP822 (Windows XP/2000/Vista)

1. Go to the DEVICE TAB
2. CLICK on EJECT Button in lower right hand corner.
3. It will have a pop-up screen to ask "Do you want to eject?" Click YES.
4. The second pop-up screen will tell you "The device can now be safely removed from the system."
5. The Coby will now show "Please Wait..."
6. It will take the Coby about 10 minutes on the "Please Wait" screen and then on the "UPDATE the Library" screen - Be PATIENT

You should now have enough battery power to use it. To check the battery level,

1. Turn on the player
2. The battery icon is in the upper right hand corner of the screen - it is ALWAYS RED until it starts to go down... I've not had mine down very far, but believe the red line gets shorter as the battery is wearing down.

Hope this helps

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When I set my ipod on the digital media port the screen lights up white and says Digital Media Port okay to disconnect. It worked fine until now.


Had the same problem today. I turned the receiver off, plugged in the ipod, turned the receiver back on. The white screen came back on again. With the ipod plugged into the dock, I reset the Ipod (menu and center button till Apple logo appears). Ipod reset and problem solved. I'm listening to the music now!

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80GB frozen with "Do not disconnect" displayed on screen.


you have to send to apple eng. or els call me i can help u sir 9177110844

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Its keeps shutting down when i plug it into the usb


Here's your problem: there is no problem. Unless you can't access it from the computer like you do a normal thumb drive, this is normal. It doesn't let you listen to music while plugged into the computer. Sorry. It should work if you remove it from your computer correctly (Safely Remove).

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RBDS saved list?


when at radio, to save RSDS push down the rating button. after that plug your player to the computer. Then go to my computer at desktop and click on insignia player and find it some where(the file name is RSBS INFO and it is a notepad file.)

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Frozen screen


Get the firmware upgrade from iRiver website

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Screen wont show


take it back to where you got it and get a new one
they should take it back

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On the body of the player try to find a hole that says reset button. With needle push inside and restart the player. That could help.

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