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Please try these steps: You don't need any driver software, if your pc has windows xp sp2 or later and Windows Media Player 11. 1. Connect the player to the computer. 2. From the computer, select start - Control Panel - Performance and Maintenance - System. "System Properties" is displayed. 3. Select Hardware tab, and open Device manager. 4. Open Universal Serial Bus controllers, and select USB Mass Storage Device or WALKMAN NWZ-XXXXX. 5. Select Action - Update Driver ... from the menu bar. "Welcome to the Hardware Update Wizard" is displayed. 6. A dialog on Windows Update connection will be displayed. Select No, not this time., followed by Next. 7. Select Install from a list or specific location [Advanced], followed by Next for the hardware install method. 8. Select Don't search. I will choose the driver to install., followed by Next for the search and install option. 9. Check Show compatible hardware, and then select MTP Device* in the model list, followed by Next. The device driver is installed. 10. "Completing the Hardware Update Wizard" message is displayed, and confirm "MTP Device" message. Click Finish.
This is the firmware going bad. You need to go to the RCA website and download the firmware for your player. After you download the firmware. Connect your mp3 player to usb device of your pc. Then install the the newly downloaded firmware.
Your MP3 player is virused. clean virus then and in your pc done : tools-Folder option -view-(mark)show hidden files.. and (unmark) hide extension ... , hide protected... so change hidden folders in your MP3 player
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.
When the unit is connected to the
computer, ?USB Connected? will be
displayed on the screen.
During transfer, ?USB Transfer ...? flashes
on the display. When the transfer is
complete, the display will change to "USB
Connected". Do not unplug the USB cable
when the display is flashing.
Also, check to see if the mp3 file(s) you're transferring is between 32 to 320 kbps. You may need to reinstall the USB driver for this device.