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USB CONNECTED NO FUNCTIONS ARE AVAILABLE

I purchased the DM TECH/ GO VIDEO hand held video player. When I disconnect the power cable I always get “ USB CONNECTED NO FUNCTIONS ARE AVAILABLE” Can please help me out. I don’t believe that this should work this way.

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Try right clicking the USB port and selecting "Enable Device"

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Please make sure that the Computer is recognizing the Walkman when connected to the USB port.

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If a specific solution does not work here, then


The user guide specifies several things you might try:

Page 7 of the guide takes about charging the battery (which might be need replacing if you have recharged it for many cycles). When charging through the USB cable on the computer it will stay "connected". There is no indication of what it says when connected to the AC adapter you are using.

Page 8 says none of the keys will operate when the buttons are locked out because the Hold switch is set to lock...so unlock the functions, and then start charging.

Have you "reset" your Sansa? Some times memory chips and other parts of the device get into a misconfigured state, perhaps because you disconnected the USB cable while transferrring files or doing some other operation with the computer. SanDisk specifically tells you NOT to disconnect the USB cable while an operation is going on, or you can actually DAMAGE the device. Only disconnect the cable when you have issued a command to SAFELY DISCONNECT the MP3 player from the computer. This is usually done on Windows systems with the SAFELY REMOVE or EJECT the MP3 player, which shows up on Windows Explorer.

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