I have toshiba USB 2.0 flash drive USB-4GTR. I downloaded music from another computer to the flash drive and now I would like to upload it to my computer but I can't get it to sync to media player. please help.
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Click "Product Support" in the menu along the top of the home page. The Product Support drop-down menu opens.
Select "Televisions" beneath Choose Category.
Select your type of Toshiba TV beneath Choose Family. For example, options include 3D TV, LCD TV and LED TV.
Select your Toshiba TV model beneath Choose Model.
Click the red "Go" button to the right of the Choose Model section after selecting your Toshiba TV model. The product support page for that specific TV model will be displayed.
Select the "Downloads" tab. If there are no downloads available for your TV model, either your won't be able to click the tab or there will be a message within the tab that says there are no downloads at this time. If this is the case, no firmware updates are available for your Toshiba TV. Check back periodically, as firmware updates are released as needed and aren't scheduled.
If there is content in the Downloads section, look in the Category section for an item titled TV Firmware. If this option doesn't appear, no firmware update is available. However, if this option does appear, click the clickable link associated with the firmware. The TV Firmware Update and Release Notes dialog box appears. In this dialog box you can see the size of the firmware update file, when it was released, exactly what it addresses and more.
Click the red "Download Now" button and save the file to your connected USB flash drive.
Extract the contents of the ZIP file on the USB flash drive.
Disconnect the USB flash drive from the computer after the firmware update file saves successfully to the device.
Power on the Toshiba TV and then connect the USB flash drive to the USB port on the Toshiba TV.
Wait a few moments for the "Firmware file is detected in USB" dialog box to appear on the screen. Select "Yes" to update the firmware. A progress bar displays on the screen. Be careful not to turn your TV off while the firmware is updating. The progress bar changes to a "Success!" message after the update successfully installs.
Disconnect the USB flash drive from the TV and then restart the TV. After the TV restarts you can resume using the TV as you normally would.
click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to your music files right click on the music right copy navigate back to the destination drive right click select paste or hold the
mouse cursor on the music files drag them to folder then drop them
or if you are downloading photos from the internet once it starts downloading windows will ask whether you want to run or save it
a browse option will open you can save it into a folder in my documents or another device floppy or a usb device
if you need more help with this post a reply hope this helps
You should connect the GPX device to your computer once its connected to the usb lead it should automatically in windows 7 or you might have to open it open up manually it might be listed as a mass storage device click start right click on my computer you should see your mass storage device if you dont see it click start control panel administration tools computer management device manager scroll through all of the devices if you see a yellow question or exclamation mark or a red x you will need to update the driver right click on the device to update driver if your computer came with a motherboard disc the drivers could be on it if you can see your usb but its not working ports(com&lpt)right click update driver when your music starts to download a browse option should open you can select your usb flash drive or once its downloaded you could copy and paste the music into the flash drive or drag and drop it into the flash drive click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to your music files right click on the music right copy navigate back to the destination drive right click select paste or hold the mouse cursor on the music files drag them to folder then drop them or if you are downloading photos from the internet once it starts downloading windows will ask whether you want to run or save it a browse option will open you can save it into a folder in my documents or another device floppy or a usb device
1.1. Connect your USB Flash drive to your computer.You can do this by locating an unused USB port on your computer.
2. Locate the my computer icon on your desktop,provided you are running one of the various Windows operating systems. Doubleclick the my computer icon. You will see a drive labeled as removable drive orflash drive. Double click on the drive. Leavethis window open, proceed to next step.
3. 3.Locate the music files that you havedownloaded/save to your computer. Usually the default location will be "My Music" folder under "MyDocuments". Open the folder that you have downloaded/saved your music in.
4. 4. Highlight the music file and right click. Pickthe copy option. Next go back to the window you opened for you flash drive instep one. Right click in this window and click paste. You should now see yourmusic file in this window.
You can do this yourself Insert the disk into a working computer's CD drive and copy the folders onto an USB flash drive, then insert the USB flash drive into your Toshiba and copy the folders off the USB flash drive onto your Toshiba.
You will need 3 things.
1) PC, Phone and USB cable
2) drivers for your phone. (Download from manufacturer's website)
Connect the phone via the USB cable and the phone will show up in My Computer as a removable storage device.
Then Simply Drag and Drop as though it was a flash drive.
Insert the SD-card into a SD-slot in your computer, if your computer has such a slot. Then, Windows will assign a "drive-letter" (not 'A:' or 'C:' or 'D:', but you get the idea) to the storage-device.
Then, copy files from your C: drive-letter to the "new" drive-letter.
Or, if your SD-card fits into your portable music-player, and the music-player can connect to your computer with a special USB-cable, then insert the SD-card into the music-player, and connect the USB-cable, and turn the music-player on. Then, copy the files.
well when you plug it in just hit cancel when it goes to downoad. keep it pluged in and go to start/computer. you should see a thing that says Removable Disk or Removable Driver. right click and click explore. highlight everything and delete or delete whatever u want to delete
There are several ways to transfer music into your memory card. Please read the options below:
1. Main thing to do, download music to your computer using a program (i.e. Lime Wire) 2. Save the downloaded music to your computer where you can easily find it. 3. You need a USB card reader where you can insert your memory card. 4. Insert the USB card reader while the memory card is inside of it. 5. Make sure that the computer will recognize your memory card and verify the drive letter that will be assigned to it. (i.e. D:) 6. Locate the music and then right-click on it and then select Send To. 7. Select the drive letter of your memory card (D:) and the music will be transferred to it.
*Another thing* 1. Open the driver letter (D:) assigned to your memory card by double-clicking it. 2. Highlight all the music that you would like to transfer. 3. Place the mouse pointer to the selected music and hold down the left-click button of the mouse and then drag it over to the memory card.