My symptoms were that the speakers stopped working all of a sudden. Display showed power but gave no access to volume adjustment and did not play sounds.
I read a vague comment by another poster and it worked! They said to unplug it from the power plug and leave it overnight before replugging it in...... at first I dismissed this, and tried everything else to no resolution. I was ready to return the speakers but decided to unplug it and see... Bingo********! in the morning
Go into the subdirectory and run the executable file manually (rather than the autorun on the disk). This installed the driver fine for my windows XP. having a problem with the sound stopping every half hour when watching a movie on VLC media player tho. still a work in progress ;)
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Many people have found that their computers do not recognize the Eclipse mp3 Player, even after connecting with a USB cable. I had the same problem but discovered that the problem lies with the cables themselves. I have several USB 2.0 5-position cables that fit the Eclipse USB port perfectly, but only ONE of them actually works - the cable that came with the player itself. If you've lost this cable, you may be in trouble.
Attached is a screen-grab of the type of USB plug and port involved. You don't see them around very much anymore, and I have no further advice if your player doesn't have a USB port of this shape.
You will need a dedicated Z10 data cable. One end will have the USB connector which will connect to the PC and the other end will have the dedicated Z10 connector which will connect to the phone. It normally comes in the box along with the charger if you got it brand new. Should be available at any mobile store
Hi, i suggest you wait for your computer to configure the usb cable, it might take some time, but after a while if doesn't, i advice you get another usb cable to charge, it is possible that the usb cable might be bad.
The computer has an ethernet adapter builtin, in the control panel disable the ethernet connection Device=NVIDIA nForce 10/100 Mbps Ethernet and then make sure the drivers for the usb cable modem are installed.
Ok, wich USB you are conectting? Cause if you are connectting in the front, it don´t have enought current to recharge the mp3, but wether you connect in the back USB , it will works very good. If you have a Notebook, connect in other USB until you find the correct one. I Think that i Help You, Good Luck.
Your computer might need the driver for that particular camera reinstalled. You should be able to go to Fuji's website and download an updated driver for your camera make and model. Also, just to be sure, most cameras have to be turned to the ON position when you download data. My Kodak will not communicate with my P.C. unless I have it ON when I attach the U.S.B. cord - a couple of times I have sat there waiting and nothing, until I realize I did not have it ON. Also you may want to make sure your U.S.B cord is O.K. - replacements are inexpensive. Good Luck!!!