Question about Coby MPC895 MP3 Player
I just got the Coby mp3 player and when I connect it to my computer the "Safely Remove Hardware" box never appears.
Even though I can find the Coby player in the computer and I can drag mp3 files to it (and the player is working normally), I'm worried that nothing happens when I connect it or disconnect it. No symbol appears!
I already checked and there´s no sign of the player in the Safely remove hardware box, as though the device were not recognised.
I have connected it to other computers and the same thing happens. With my old mp3 player I just connected it and the dialog box simply popped up.
What should I do? Is it dangerous for my computer or mp3 to be using it this way?
Thank you very much!
Not really, you may be able to select the option, if you right click on the drive in my computer, but they don't always disconnect the hardware anyway, so just remove it as lons as you know there is no activty
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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