Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Sorry, I have no experience with MP3 players. Try one of the other experts I am sure there is someone gere that can help you. I am mainly projection and DLP televisions.
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may want to call Coby's cust svc, since the documentation on the website is a little spotty - Customer Care: 1.800.727.3592
If you have the user manual, check and see if there is a "reset" method - this will turn your player off when it freezes.
Then, hold in the volume + button while the player is off, and connect it to your computer - after continuing to hold the volume + button for several seconds, a Windows XP enabled computer will load the missing drivers. It should pop up a window that says "Found New Hardware wizard: Recovery Mode"
Finally, you can try reformatting the player in windows Media Player. connect the device to the computer, and bring up the drop-down menu underneath the Sync tab - select your player, and select "Format player"
You will most likely need to get a firmware upgrade from Coby's website www.cobyusa.com, although I had a difficult time finding your exact model number - their cust svc may be able to direct you to the right place.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
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