My MP3 USB device still cant connect to the PC. The sound that comes out is supposed to be the sound that makes when u connect it to the PC. But the sound is almost normal, just sounds like its crazy or something. my mp3 fell down a few times, but i works completely fine. please, please, please help me!!! And i wouldnt want to take back to watever store my mom bought it from. it'll be easier if i fix it on the computer. another thing, ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!!! happens when i connect the device. i ran a search on my comp for anyting that says removable disk. please help!!!!
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Does you computer detect a new device when you plugged the Coby MP3 player?
If Coby MP3 player has cd driver, better to install it to your pc. Some computer/laptop doesn't detect autoplay when new USB device plug-in
I had a similar problem after I had used my Zen a few times. I plugged the device into my PC and it sounded like windows was trying to connect to to the Zen but didn't make the normal two tone USB device connection sound. It was more mono-tone. I tried reinstalling the Zen Media Explorer and that didn't do anything. I later looked at the Zen under windows device manager and noticed windows marked the Zen as having issues. I right clicked on the device and picked un-install driver. I then unplugged the Zen and plugged it back into my PC to allow driver re-install. I was able to connect to the zen after that.
the model you aks about should have come to you with both manual and USB cord. you may find a generic typeA to typeB USB will work though. When connected open Media player and click the tab SYNC to copy music to the device (you can also lower the compression as you don't need CD quality for earphones/mp3, this will give you extra space for songs on your mp3 player)
Hi, you can try to upgrade the player's firmware, you can download it from the RCA Website (http://support.rcaaudiovideo.com/downloads.aspx?product=187), the firmware it's the second app listed.
If your computer doesn't recognize the player, you'll have to turn it
off and keep "PLAY" pressed for 10 seconds while connecting it to the
USB port, then update the firmware.
Check in the Device Manager on the computer.
With the device connected Right Click on My Computer and select Properties>Hardware Tab>Device Manager.
If there are any errors (red or yellow) by the Sansa, right click on it and select un-install.
Disconnect the device and after it restarts, re-connect. The drivers will re-install.
If that is not the issue, try using a different USB port, preferably in the back.
Or, change the device mode Settings>Mode or USB Mode and try connecting to PC.
You can add to the question if you need more assistance.
Best of Luck.