When I was listening to music it randomly stopped and when I looked at it, It said "Searching for PC". Even when I put it on the USB attached to the computer it still says searching for PC. I tried to turn it off, Didn't work. I switch the USB ports and it's still saying the same thing. It's BRAND new, Out the box for 6 hours.
Great! I just spent the last week uploading songs, pics and videos on an Insignia Sport 2gb for my niece's mom to give to her for her birthday. I just disconnected it from my PC and it says,
"USB connected Searching for a PC" it won't turn off. DAMN @!%$ I wasted too much time that I didn't have to waste already! Now I have to go take the P.O.S. back and start all over again!! OMG - I can't believe this!
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Re: Searching for PC ?
It shouldnt be searching for the pc unless it detects a conection.
Sounds like a usb error, I would take it back and get a replacement. 6 hours and problems i wouldnt even mess with it. back in the box and back to the store
Theres a time to fix equipment and that when the warranty runs out, take it back and ask if anyone else has had problems with this mp3 player
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The iPod's shuffle feature lets you randomize playback of albums, songs or even your entire music library. You may also find this feature useful if you want to listen to forgotten tracks in your library or discover songs you haven't listened to yet. Disabling the shuffle feature will return playback of a song list to its standard consecutive order. You can enable and disable the shuffle feature at any time.
Navigate to the main menu. Select "Settings." Scroll to the "Shuffle" option. Select "Songs" or "Albums." If you select "Songs," the iPod Classic will shuffle the songs on whatever song list you listen to. If you select "Albums," the iPod Classic will play all songs of an album you select in order and then randomly select another album. Navigate to the playlist or album to which you want to listen. Play a song to initiate the shuffle. b> iPod Nano and iPod Touch Tap the "Songs" icon on your nano home screen. If you are using an iPod Touch, open the "iPod" application. Navigate to the song list, playlist or album you want to play. Tap the "Shuffle" icon at the top of the list to activate the feature.
Make sure the device isn't set on shuffle mode. This is probably your issue. Scroll through menu or find it in your owners manual and turn off the random select or shuffle mode. Hope this helps.
You can set the timer under Auto Power Off and Sleep settings to turn off the Sansa
player automatically when it is playing for a certain time.
1. Press Menu button to return to the Main Menu.
2. Move to Power and select it.
3. Select Auto Power Off or Sleep.