Question about Sony NWZB133F MP3 Player
Remove the MP3 player, wait at least 10 seconds and plug it back in. Do this multiple times. It may connect after a couple tries. If not, continue by opening the device manager.
Open the Start menu search box and type "Device Manager." Chose it from the list of available options.
Locate the device by searching for a yellow exclamation point. If you do not see it, click to expand "Universal Serial Bus Controllers."
Choose the player from the list and right-click it.
Click "Uninstall." Click "OK" to restart when prompted. If there is no change, try again, this time placing a check by "Delete the driver software for this device." This option might require you to reinstall the drivers, so don't try this unless you have the disc handy.
Plug in the media player after the restart. You should see a message stating the device is connected and ready to use. If this fails, find the website for the manufacturer to see if there is a firmware or driver update. Install the update according to the instructions.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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