Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have had that problem with acouple previous ipods that i have owned. It's a hardware problem. You could either call the company and ask them if there is some way to replace it or refurbish it (hopefully not too expensive) or you could go buy a new mp3 player. However there is a slight chance that it could be a driver problem, if you go to Start>control panel(classic view)>system>hardware(tab)>device manager. Does it show your portable mp3 player under the "Storage Volumes" category? if not, it's definately a hardware problem, but if it does show up, double click on it and the properties window should come up, then click on the "drivers" tab and click on "update driver" it should try to find any new update for the mp3 player...or if you know what type of mp3 player it is, you could go to the manufacterer's website to check for firmware updates or driver downloads.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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