Question about Disney Mix Max Digital Media Player
When I connect the unit to my computer to charge the battery, nothing happen. The USB symbol does not appear. why?
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Try using a port on the back of your computer. The Universal Serial Bus (USB) can only provide 500 Milliamps of power and in most cases the ports on the front are a shared bus so they can only provide 250 Milliamps of power. This may not be enough to charge the player. In most cases each USB connection on the back of your computer is a seperate bus and can provide the full 500 Milliamps necessary to charge the player. If that doesn't correct the issue you can try flashing the firmware and see if that makes a difference. Below is a link for the instructions for flashing the firmware. If that doesn't correct the issue you may need to contact their customer service and find out what you need to qualify for a warranty replacement.
Firmware Flash Link
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
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