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Need to obtain a diver for making it worked and do not know where to look

Windows ask me for a diver and I do not have one. Am looking for ubstor.sys & ubstor.inf

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  • piccplayr Mar 04, 2008


    windows says that my ipod is not recognized, and that htere is no driver for the device. I have tried all troubleshooting options offered by both windows and apple, and nothing has worked.

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Several possible solutions - first make sure you boot up with the iPod not plugged in and then plug it in...if you're already doing this
1. If you're using the USB on the front of a computer it may be a low current/speed USB and you should try the USB on the back of your computer.
2. Try unplugging other USB devices from your computer and then plugging the iPod.
3. Open iTunes and try to slowly place the iPod on and off the computer. If it is mounted go to your system tray in the bottom right and right click eject disk before unplugging it each time. Repeat and try to have the computer pick up the drive.
4. The drivers should be on your windows xp machine. If you have disk use repair ....but they are probably on your machine already.

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If you have no time to download pls perform the ff: File Sys Error This is a system firmware update. This update will fix the "File Sys Error" message and restore the MP3 player back to the factory settings. The firmware update file can be downloaded at www.cobyusa.com. Important This procedure will delete all contents on the MP3 player. Please make sure that you back up all your documents before proceeding with the firmware update. To backup all contents on the MP3 player, simply connect the MP3 player to your computer. The MP3 player will be listed under "MY Computer "as a removable disk. Double-Click on the removable disk and copy and paste all the folders/files on your desktop.
Firmware Update Procedure Do not have any USB Devices connected to the computer including the mp3 player. - Download the firmware file from our web site. The file will automatically run itself once it is done downloading. The below screen will appear. Do the Following: 1- Connect the MP3 player to your computer. It will show up in the number one box in the firmware update software.The windows explorer bar will also pop up when you connect the mp3 player to the computer. Simply close the explorer bar. 2- Once the MP3 player shows up on the number one box, click on the "Firmware Feature" icon to start the firmware update. 3- After the firmware update has been completed, you will receive a check mark in the firmware number one box. Disconnect the mp3 player from the computer. Close the firmware update software. Turn the MP3 player on. If the mp3 player reads Coby, then the firmware update is successful. Use Windows Media Player to transfer your music files in the mp3 player. This will restore the Artist, Albums..etc selections in the Music menu. If you have a problem with this device, please read the troubleshooting guide on the user manual or visit us on the web at www.cobyusa.com for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). If these resources do not resolve the problem, please contact Technical Support. Phone: 800-727-3592 Weekdays 8:00AM-9:00PM EST Weekends 9:00AM-5:30PM EST Weekdays 8:00AM-5:30PM EST

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I have my coby MP 600 MP3 player, but one day i make a scan and after when i start it i can not acces with anything, it posts a message error: file system error. please help me to solve this problem. Thank...


It sounds like the Coby operating system is corrupted.

I'm going to recommend you try the following procedure with one catch; I'm assuming you can turn the unit on and at least get a menu. If not this procedure isn't going to work.

NOTE: The following procedure will erase everything on your Coby so be aware!

Essentially, we're going to reformat the unit using Coby's own format routine.

1. Power Unit On
2. Scroll through your main menu going to your right. From "Music" ---> to "Settings"
3. Under "Settings" you will have another menu. Look at the bottom choice called "Sys Tools"
4. Select "Sys Tools" and you will have a series of options, choose the second option "Format"
5. Select "Format" and follow the prompts
6. Wait for the routine to complete
7. Power unit down
8. Power unit back up and reconnect to PC
9. Use Windows Explorer or My Computer to see if the unit is recognized, and it should be at this point.
10. You should be set

For some reason, the operating system for the Coby gets corrupted and this is the only way I know to fix it short of sending the unit in for repair, which isn't an option really. (Cheaper to buy a new one)

Hope this helps you or anyone else that has unexplainable problems connecting to the Coby MP-610 / MP-620.

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My coby mp3 mp-610 keeps saying file sys err hod do i fix it


hope u got this fixed but if not i know where you can go to cobyusa.com and put the model number in product search the click firmware and download to ur desktop. open it up and u will have 24 grey boxes then plug in the mp3 and clik the firmware button right below box 24 one there is a green check in box 1 then its fixed and u can disconnect it and re add ur files

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And if that doesnt work try to obtain the driver for your sandisk device go to http://www.sandisk.com/DriverDownload/index.asp and find the driver for your device..and then connecct the device on the back of your computer...it should work properly..if you are still having any problems..let me know..i would be more than happy to assist you..
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http://http.vitalstreamcdn.com/cobyelectronics_vitalstream_com/software/MP610_Firmware.zip

Download that. It contains a firmware update that is meant to fix the "file sys err" problem. I got it directly from the Coby website and it works perfectly.

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And if that doesnt work try to obtain the driver for your sandisk device go to http://www.sandisk.com/DriverDownload/index.asp and find the driver for your device..and then connecct the device on the back of your computer...it should work properly..if you are still having any problems..let me know..i would be more than happy to assist you..
Please rate accordingly
Thank you
Computerrep

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