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Hello,

The answer is yes.

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Posted on Mar 12, 2011

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QUESTION ONE:
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QUESTION TWO:
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Can you see it in "My Computer"? It will show under "Removable Drive/Storage"

QUESTION TWO:
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e. You will see a USB connector icon on the player screen and the player charging.

It will appear to be charging all the while it is connected to the computer.
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f. Use the Coby Manager to disconnect the player (Found HERE CobyMedia Manager fix for MP822 (Windows XP/2000/Vista)

1. Open Coby Manager
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4. It will have a pop-up screen to ask "Do you want to eject?" Click YES.
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forcing MSC mode
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Updates for the player can only be performed in MSC mode.
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MSC mode means that the computer sees the player as a removable disk. When in MSC mode, always disconnect through the icon "safely remove hardware" in the right corner below of the computer screen.


When the display of the player doesn't react at all after the reset and charging procedure, the battery of the player can:
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