I plug the MP3 player into the lower rt cable port on the front of the panel, and NO SOUND! The cable is brand-new, and the MP3 player works just fine, so, what do I do to get he Flippin thing to do what it should?
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Many MP3 players will not go to the menu when connected to the computer. You have to access them from the media player. It should not matter if you plug the MP3 into the USB ports on the front or back of your computer.
What kind of problem are you having with loading tracks from your media player? What media player are you using?
I have had this problem several times. It can be due to a number of things
Firstly, try the MP3 player with a different set of headphones, if both ears work, then the headphones are the problem. Check the adaptor and/or cabling for any damage or defects. If the internal cabling is damaged, you will need to go and buy a new pair.
If the problem is the player itself, try checking the headphone port for dust or any other artefacts blocking the way. This can cause he connection to fail and therefore lose sound.
On a side note, if you love listening to music, i would suggest a high quality set of headphones. Sennheiser (my personal favourites) and Shure are both a VERY good brand to go for. You do pay a bit more, but sound quality and build quality are faultless.
You MP3 player will be supplied with USB cable. Attach the cable to the MP3 player and plug the other end of the cable into a computer's USB port. The computer will see this as an removable device, you can then open this device and copy mp3 music files from your computer and paste these files into your MP3 player.
1) Try plugging the player into other USB ports. Some players require a "high power" USB port, and most computers/laptops have a mix of high power and low power USB ports. Typically the high power USB ports are found on the back of the computer/laptop.
2) Verify that the USB cable is undamaged.
3) Some players are able to operate in one of two modes, "MSC" and "MTP". Usually you can switch between the two modes via a Settings menu on the player. Some players can only operate in one of the two modes. If your player is set to MTP mode, or can only operate in this mode, you need to have Windows Media Player version 10 or higher installed. (Many older computers have version 9 installed, which won't work with MTP.) You can find this software here:
Good day sir/ma'am, hi, If your PC does not produce sound, it could be any of the following so check the list one by one:
Your device driver for the sound is not yet installed. locate the CD that comes with your PC. I could help you find the driver if you add any information about your PC model or motherboard maker, you can download the driver at driverguide.com, just note the maker and model.
Your volume is either in mute or in a low volume setting. Check the taskbar at the lower right side of the desktop, if you see a speaker icon, right click it and set the volume level to high.
Your speakers is not connected to the audio port. Check the baby plug stereo speaker connector for open wires, if the wires are good connect it to the green audio port at the back panel of the PC, (usually pink, blue and green are side by side)
Your speakers are not working properly. If you have portable mp3 players, plug in your speakers to test the speaker unit itself.
Worst come to worst if your green audio port is the defective one. you can use the blue one provided you enable 4 channel, so sound is also sent to the blue port.
your built in sound card is bad, you can get a replacement soundcard of any brand, provided its PCI slot. or get those small USB type sound card.
Check also the BIOS setup, see if the built in sound card is enabled.
If I miss anything feel free to ask, hope these will solve your sound problems.
Try rolling back your sound drivers (control panel, system, hardware, device manager, sound and audio devices, right click your sound hardware, properties, drivers), if this fixes the issue go to microsoft update, run the 'custom' scan...it should show you an update to your sound card/hardware, click the little "+" sign beside the update and click the little "Do not show this update again" checkbox. This will prevent automatic updates from "fixing" your drivers. Occasionally Microsoft sends out updates that are incompatible with a particular machines' setup. Hope it helps.
If your walkman is not being detected you nee to check if it is correctly connected. If you are using USB cable make sure that your cable is good, and working properly. Plug your USB direct to the motherboard port do not use the front panel. Some of front panel are not working.
I don't understand people, why pay for a docking station... when all you need is a connector from you headphone input on the player to your stereo or boom-box which has an auxiliary input. The plug you can get at any store and it only cost about 3 - 10 dollars. The plug has the same end you use on your headphones and the other end is the same as the input connectors for your stereo unit. That end would have the 2 connectors (usually red and white) that you use when connecting units to your stereo's auxiliary input. Connect and listen to your music.
Or you can buy and fm transmitter for your player and listen to your music via a fm radio station. Cost about $20 or more... depending on the name brand.