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I have a Coby MP-C854 512 MB MP3 Player

My system is saying no files, but when I connect it to my computer its full nor will it let me delete them. This is the third time this has happened and I returned the others to the store where I purchased them. I cant keep running back and forth. Please help

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  • Simone30 Nov 17, 2007

    I DO NOT KNOW HOW TO DOWNLOAD SONGS ONTO MY MP3 PLAYER

  • Anonymous Dec 16, 2007

    I have a Coby MP-C854 MP3 and it works mostly except that I have an issue with copying off voice recordings. It says correctly that I have 4 recordings when i look at its LCD screen and will play them on the unit. When i go to transfer them to my computer only the first wav file is recognized.

  • amrag Dec 23, 2007

    I have a coby MPC854 MP3 player, but I am using Windows 98. The instructions are telling me to go to coby.com to get the driver/software download, but there is no product information for the MPC854. How do I get the software, so that I am able to download music onto the MP3player?

  • nitewalk Mar 19, 2008

    my mp3 player is saying no file and when i plug it into my computer it won't let me download any of my music from my windows media. when i try to copy my music to my mp3 player it tells me error......

  • 7y8r Apr 10, 2008

    nothing happens when pluged in

  • Anonymous Apr 15, 2008

    i dont have the software when i conacet to my computer its with all my songs i need the software to add more

  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2008

    I tried to add songs to my mpc player and it shows that there are files already on and I can only add like 6 song then it showes there is no room left! It shows that I only have like 29mb remaining but there is nothing on it! How do I reset my mp3 player??

  • Anonymous May 16, 2008

    You may need to change the USB mode on the player. I have 2 coby mp3 players (one with a screen and one without). The one with the screen MP-C854 has to change the USB mode for the device to be seen as a "file drive" by the computer when plugged in.



    Press the M button to display the menu

    Press > to display SETTING

    Press >|| to select SETTING

    Press > 9 times to select USB MODE

    Press >|| to select USB MODE

    Press > to toggle between MSC and MTP mode

    When MSC is displayed press >|| to select it



    Then your device should be recognized to copy files easily.



  • Anonymous Jul 22, 2008

    The reason for no room... The computer won't recognize the files that were on the device before changing from media device to mp3 stick (flashdrive).

    To clear the old files, go back to the media device format, delete the files, and then change the device type.

    Now my Coby mp-c7082 blinks out randomly with a 'format error' message and reboots... even with the right type of files. It occasionally wants to 'remix' my mp3 files too... actually mixing snippets of different files into a melange of nonsense audio. Still working on it with their tech support people. A Windows reformat of the device had no effect and no one is stating if there's any way to reset the bios.


  • Ms LAW Jul 23, 2008

    I have a coby Mp3 player MPC854 it will not let me play music or delete the files, the screen just reads coby it's frozen.

  • Anonymous Oct 14, 2008

    MP-C843

  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2009

    I have loaded the file and when I try to play music on the Coby MP3 player, it says "No File". This is very frustrating. I reformatted and it still says "No File". It's going back to the store tomorrow!

  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    it keeps saying format problem

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When I first connected my Coby, all my existing music files (3GB) synched onto the device automatically. I didn't want most of them on there, but couldn't see them in Windows Explorer or Windows Media Player. I finally had to us a paper clip to reset the device, then they became visible in Explorer and I deleted them.

But then I lost the ability to drag playlists into the device while in Windows Media Player. The files synch over but not the playlist. So my only way to create a playlist right now is to go into Windows Explorer (with the device connected), browse to the Music folder, then down to Playlists, and create a new folder there. Then I can copy files into the folder and access them on the device from the Music Explorer section. Kind of cumbersome but at least I can organize songs on the device.

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Don't buy Coby products because they don't work and the tech support sucks

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GET MONEY

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Format the MP3 player. The owners manual should tell you how.

Posted on Jul 03, 2007

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