When i stick my MP3 into the computer on off/charge it is supposed to light up green and charge but when i stick it in to the computer nothing happenes. I'm sure that it is stuck in properly because when i put playback download the computer regognizes it. Also when i try listening to it i hold the play button for more than two seconeds and it dosent play. any suggestions?
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need more info on equipment to answer ,scooters dont have joystics powerchairs use joysticks if you have a powerchair that has not been charged for over two weeks the batteries have probably died
in this state the charger will not go into charge mode only the power light and poss the fully charge lights will light
as a quick test a 24 volt bulb from a scooter or lorry with 2 wires attached pushed into the two outer holes in the joystick charge socket should light up if it wont batteries are totally dead
If your MP3 has an inbuilt Li-Ion battery (e.g. no compartment for a standard/Ni-MH AAA battery), then connecting the player to your computer will normally charge it - this is the case for the PD-6070 'stick' player.
Your player will also indicate that it is being charged (or not charged!) via the battery level/power indicator which is located on the top RHS.
Hope it helps!
Step 1:Plug the appropriate end of the USB link cable that came with your SanDisk MP3 player into the MP3 player itself. The port for this cable can be found on the right side of most models of SanDisk MP3 players.
Step 2:Plug the other end of the USB link cable into a free USB port on your computer. This will effectively connect your SanDisk MP3 player to your computer.
Step 3:Turn your computer on. This will cause your SanDisk MP3 player to automatically begin drawing power from the computer and charging its battery. On the screen, an indicator light will flash yellow while the player is charging.
Step 4:Disconnect the cable from both your MP3 player and your computer when the device has finished charging. You will be able to tell when the charge is complete when the indicator light that previously was flashing yellow appears as solid green.
My suggestion is: 1. Format the memory with computer. Make sure it's FAT, not NTFS or FAT32. 2. Move the card into your psp and format it again. 3. Make sure it's shown 4gb from your psp. 4. Put your games into the memory stick.
If all steps above do not work it's probably a card reader related issue. Btw are you using a card reader or direct psp-pc usb connection?
Make sure that is turned on.(switch to the red side) Then once connected to USB port, it will start blinking red and green.Once fully charged the light will remain red. It takes about 2.5 hours to fully charge.
Be sure to try all the USB ports on your computer. The player will use all 500 milliamps that a USB port can provide to charge its battery. In most cases the back ports will provide all 500 milliamps to the player so try that. If you're using a USB hub then make sure you're connecting the player directly to the back of the computer instead. If that doesn't work then take them back for a replacement or contact Digital Blue customer service for warranty replacement.
Charging the Player The player needs to be charged before it can be used and every time the battery gets low. It takes approximately 2.5 hours to charge the Player. Once fully charged, the Player lasts approximately 8 hours. To charge the Player: Remove the USB cover on the Player. Connect the Player to the PC using the Flash Plug. The Player will begin charging. The battery indicator should begin to flash, alternating red and green. Once the battery is fully charged, the indicator light will stay red. Note: If this is the first time the Player is connected, wait until Windows detects the Player and follow the prompts to install it.