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
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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Most of the mp3 players out there are compatable with Windows Media Player on your pc. Open WMP and then connect your mp3 player to your pc. If it is compatable it will recognize it. From here you can delete any songs that show up on your mp3 player and also add to it from your library that you build in WMP. The manufacturer may also have software for it but if it does work with WMP I would stick with that. Hope this helps ...
right click on your cd rom drive. Click on properties, then, autoplay>Select Music cd from dropdown menu. then select "take no action" for disabling WMP popup , if you have another cd player software, choose it to make that popup when you insert cd.
Sorry to say, That wonf fix your WMP but the problem. And sorry, there is not enough info to help you on WMP fixing.
Same exact problem! Sorry I'm no help
> My Sansa e250 has been working fine for about a year. No problems, I can
charge and sync it.
> Now all of a sudden I have a problem.
> My PC does not see the Sansa. Why?
> I enter recovery mode. I see:
> Welcome to "Recovery mode" Please connect USB Cable.
> I connect the usb cable AND NOTHING HAPPENS!
> Yes I read all about recovery mode on the internet. I tried it in both MSC
mode and MTP mode.
> How can I get my computer to see the sansa?
> If my PC can not detect the Sansa then I cant get a firmware update now can
I would assume that the music is copy-protected and that the device will refuse to play it because it can't go out to the internet to find a license. If you ripped the music from a CD in WMP, look for an option within WMP that says ''copy protect music'' and make sure it is NOT checked.
I just got a Sandisk m250. Windows wouldn't recognize it either until I updated my Windows Media Player to version 11. Now XP sees it just fine and the MP3 player syncs with WMP and accepts and plays music!