You can get the software on RCA's website. It may not solve the charging issue since the player draws charging power from your usb connection. If you P.C. recognizes the player then it should charge it. It might be possible that you have a short in your cord. Try bending it in different places and see if it starts to charge. If it does then of course you have a short. You'll probably have to replace the usb cable.
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Your coby is not charging anymore..The battery probably needs to be replaced with a new one..Please check your connection when you charge it..There should be an icon that shows your battery is charging. If it does so that means your coby is charging but your battery cant store the energy anymore.
Hello, Just follow these steps below: To format the mp3 player. Go through: Setting>Control Panel>Administrative Tools>Computer Management>Disk management> Try to format it with fat files system or the file system you are accustomed with. hope this help you Regards uttam
attach the supplied cable directly to the computer's USB port (don't use any other extension cord simultaneously). If that doesn't work, check if you've some problems with your USB driver.
There is often a charge for a replacement installation or programs disk from the MP3 player's website. In most cases, it doesn't exceed $10.
If there is no information about a replacement disk for your mp3 player, then there are plenty of websites that provide drivers for various programs. If you can't find the program, I don't condone or use them anymore, but you should be able to find the program via IRC channels or bit torrent. For the file, you will need a disk emulation program such as daemon tools. Very easy and you can still install the program to your computer like before.
hi , enter to the website of philips and download the software and new firmware select first you exact model, next quit batteries of your mp3/mp4 player and press the button (bent arrow) all the time
until it detects and connect to the computer and run software and choose repair
there are a couple of ways you can charge you mp3 most people like to use the cable that comes with the mp3 and charge the mp3 through the computer. if you have already tried connecting your mp3 to you computer, then you probably need to install the software on the computer (you should have a disk that came with the mp3, but if not you can find the software for your mp3 on the web) after that your computer will recognise your mp3 and you should be able to charge your mp3.
Try to charge it on another computer to determine if it's your computer. If the other computer works, then the problem is with your computer. (If your computer has multiple USB ports, you could also try another one.)
If the other computer does not work, then the problem is likey your cable. If you have another friend with the same device, borrow their cable and try it. If it works, then you need a new cable. If it doesn't work, then your Clip has issues. You could try doing a complete reset on it by sliding the power button up and holding it for 15 seconds (as described in the manual at http://www.sansa.com/sites/default/files/downloads/CLIP_UM_0608_ENG.pdf).
Down load the firmware on Sansa's website. I have a Sansa 250R and it wouldn't work with the new replacement usb (Griffin) cord I bought at Best Buy. So I bought a Sansa Fuze and the cord that came with it worked on the E250R. Huh? Yeah, go figure...and oh, that replacement Griffin usb cord I bought worked fine with the new Fuze. I came real close to buying a new battery for the E250R but instead invested that money in the Fuze.