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I'm sorry to know that the Walkman Player is not charging normally. I'll be glad to assist you further to resolve the issue. I suggest that you first reset the Walkman Player and check if it helps. You can try connecting the Walkman Player to the COmputer and then press the RESET button located at the rear panel of the Player. Resetting the Player should resolve the issue. You can also try resetting the Player after removing from the Computer. Please feel free to get back to us for further assistance. Thanks for contacting FixYa.
1. Flip the Hold switch on and off and make sure it ends up no longer on hold.
2. Press and hold the Menu and Select buttons (center Button) until the
Apple logo appears (may take 5-11 seconds, and you may need to repeat
If this not work for you try plugging your ipod into computer or wall power.
I don't know where you got the player, but you should have taken the USB cord along with it since these are unique and Sony stores are generally reluctant to sell them separately. Try searching at online stores like EBay or EForBuy and see if you can find one that suits you.
Hi I can see the icons for music, radio,
microphone etc. but there is not text to read what is going on. When I
hook it up to the computer, there is not text on the mp3
player, only a white screen. I would like to format the player, but it
does not show up in "My Computer" I tried removing the battery for
hours, someone suggested that hold the menu button down for 30 seconds
but it still does not work. Any thoughts? Thanks
I was having the same problem with my Sansa e250. My wife has the e200, and we didn't have any problems with that. I saw that someone on here suggested to lock the mp3 player with the tiny metal switch on top, so I did, and the battery charging icon on the bottom of the screen came on and stayed on, and the mp3 player worked. thanks! Because of this I would suggest checking to see if it's locked or unlocked and then change it to charge it.
You should see a removable disk conforming to the size of the qleap. Coping your compatable music files to the root or create a subdirectory. Safety remove the drive using the unplug or eject control in the task bar. Go to the music player function. Press the menu. Select the sound or subdirectory. Press menu. Press the center button to play. It takes some getting use to the keys as they preform multi-functions depending on were you are.