I have a Coby MPC-848. It has been working fine for the last 6 months. The other day it just stopped working. I can download more songs on it and delete current ones. I can also turn it on but that is about it. Once I turn it on the screen turns on and flashes the word Coby several times but it won't play any songs or give me any more information other than that. I have tried to put new batteries in thinking the battery was just low but it wasn't. I even right clicked the drive for this on the computer and did a check disk and it came back with nothing being wrong.
I can use the player and plug it into the pc and play the songs on there but not on the player itself. Please help.
What do I need to do?????
I have the same problem with mine. Just return it to the company with a copy of the receipt and six dollars to pay for the shipment of the replacement. If you've had it for more than ninety days though I don't know what you could do.
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maybe your mom goes to collage and your MP3 is jealous of her. Seriously it was the same with mine cause when my mom quit collage it started working again then she decided to go back and it stopped working again.
I am guessing there is a problem with the driver for the audio player. I have a Coby Audio Player MP-C827, and one day my brother decided to just remove it from the computer without correctly stopping it. Ever since, whenever I plug in it into my PC, it just does not open...nothing happens. And I don't have the cd to re-install the driver files. With respect to all of the above, a driver file which is needed by the mp3 is either damaged or corrupt. Contact me at [email protected]
For the most part all the onse that we've had have been doomed, either a cold soder joint or a volume key sinking into the body and sticking at zero. The battery coil may be out of place, so try bending that back in place. If nlot, I don't know what's wrong.