Call Sandisk support. This is a known problem with this model that was sold in December 2006. Apparently later models fixed the issue. They will get your info and do an RMA, and they even provide the UPS shipping label.
They were great to deal with. I hope you have the same success.
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I believe your TV has 2 USB ports on it. If you have equipment connected to the other USB port, that port will get priority and the TV will ignore your flash stick. Turn off your tv, disconnect everything on your USB ports then insert the flash stick. Power on the TV and hopefully you can see the flash stick.
So what about it?
You get stuck on this when you boot?
You get an error Initializing USB Controller? When you do what?
You want to manually initialize the USB Controller?
You don't say what brand/model PC or OS...
What are your USB devices? Mem Card Reader, Kybd, Mouse, Game Controller, Joy Stick got a button stuck?
Something plugged into a USB port is probably bad. My guess is memory card reader that plugs directly into the mother bd.
go to setting look for connection , wireless or network settings. then go to USB connection and choose ask on connection that way when you plug your ipad in either to charge or hook up to the pc it will ask you what you want to do.
Try this. Turn your computer off. Plug in the mp3 via usb port with player in the on postion. Turn the computer back on. You should a large green battery symbol on the screen flashing left to right. Took me about 3 days of finally fiqure it out. Also try different USB ports if you have more than one. Good Luck
If your system is USB 1 rather than USB 2 then some flash drives will not work. Not all usb 2 flashdrives are backwards compatible. My kids flasdrives will only work on my usb2 ports & will not work at all on my wife's computer which has the older usb 1 ports.
THE PROPER WAY ON INSTALLING USB DEVICES
A. Enable usb ports on the BIOS.
1. Do not plug in your device right away. Install all drivers and software first!
3. Plug the power or turn on your USB Device
4. Plug in the USB Port.
5. Windows Will detect the Device Automatically.
Hope this helps.