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Nothing is working please help

My mp3 is playing music fine but when i connect it to my computer, my computer is not recognizing it at all. not in WMP 10, my computer or anywhere else. it charges fine but on the screen you can see "disconnected." i downloaded the ugrader/firmware, i rolled back my WMP to 10 but nothing seems to work, can someone PLEASE help mee

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Re: Nothing is working please help

I had the same problem as funder101.

however, i didn't download firmware.

i went to Windows Media Player, then i went to SYNC and in the upper right corner there's a symbol to format your samsung. now this will erase everything off your mp3 player. once, it reformated it and emptied my mp3 player, i was able to snyc all my music back on my mp3 player. now it works like normal! :-)


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Re: Nothing is working please help

The problem may be due to one of these :

1. The USB port on the computer may be a bit loose, which is why you are getting the message "connect/disconnect", which is the reason why you are able to find the device in the os.

2. If you are using the Yepp with mac, you are going to have to upgrade its firmware using a windows pc. yepp has compatability issues with mac.

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