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Re: windows delayed write failed
Lock is probably engaged - unlock the hold
T.sonic cannot operate after it was formatted in Windows
Formatting T.sonic using the “Quick Format” or “Full Format” option in Windows destroys the
default format of the T.sonic. To retrieve the default format, you must link to
http://www.transcendusa.com/ and download the firmware updates for the T.sonic.
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If you are using Windows XP: verify the following operating system requirements are met.
- Windows XP SP2 or higher
- Windows Media Player 10 or higher
Download and install the latest Windows Media Player if it's not installed.
If you are using Windows Vista: If the player is seen in My Computer when using MTP mode, but not showing in Windows Media Player.
- Download the hotfix from http://support.microsoft.com/kb/939211.
- Run the hotfix.
Refresh the driverd
1 - Connect the Sansa player to the PC
The screen on your player should turn on, show 'Connected' and indicate the battery charging or full.
- If the player does not turn on try other USB ports or on another computer if one is readily available. Ensure you are connecting directly to the computer USB port and not to a USB hub.
- If there is nothing showing on the screen and the player does show up in as a storage device in an explorer window, then the screen is just not working.
If you receive the error "USB Device Not Recognized" on the computer, the player is most likely failed. Additional troubleshooting is unlikely to correct the problem.
make sure the drivers for your mp3 player are installed on the computer b4 plugging in your mp3 player find the drivers on google type in your mp3 player brand and go to there website and find the drivers
hi..transcend player showing initializing..... and not proceeding after thay wen i try to write to it..windows tell delayed write problem.. can i format the drive ?...how to solve it.. plz call me 09840181389 not playing mp3 fileshi..transcend player showing initializing..... and not proceeding after thay wen i try to write to it..windows tell delayed write problem.. can i format the drive ?...how to solve it..
A removal icon is usually associated with a device mounted as a drive
(an MSC device) because windows may delay/cache writes to it. If you're
using a music player like Rhapsody or WMP to access the device (as an
MTP device), it handles the transfers without buffering, so you don't
need windows to unmount before disconnecting. The sandisk can be
accessed either way (though there's an option in its menus to force it
to be MSC).
A removal icon is usually associated with a device mounted as a drive (an MSC device) because windows may delay/cache writes to it. If you're using a music player like Rhapsody or WMP to access the device (as an MTP device), it handles the transfers without buffering, so you don't need windows to unmount before disconnecting. The sandisk can be accessed either way (though there's an option in its menus to force it to be MSC).
when iam connecting rca emusic1 digital player to the computer having windows xp sp2, the computer freezes and after some time windows displays error report like this"windows - delayed write failed" can u suggest me how to open the rca through usb..
I'm on my third IMP-1112 - they are clearly temperamental products!
I'm not familiar with your specific problem (mine were to do with it not being recognised by the computer, causing the computer to crash, not charging, etc.), but I have found that re-loading the firmware can often sort out its glitches.
Did you get a disc with the machine? You should have. Just follow the instructions to the letter. This will wipe any files on the player, so you'll need to reload them too.
I use Windows Media Player to load my MP3s onto it, after using WMP to rip them from my CDs. It has worked very smoothly for me - use 'Shuffle' to REPLACE the existing songs, or 'Sych' to just add.
When I plug my player into the USB port, I can open and move around the files just like on any other drive or storage medium.