Hi there lately when i cannot move any of my music on the player.when i plug it in the usb port it does charge but the my laptop doesn t display the icon(cannot sinchronize).on top of it most of my song were deleted and when i reset it it only rebuild a small part of the library.help me please!!!!!!!!!1
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Without knowing the model number of your player it is difficult to answer your question.
Players which can be recharged typically do so through the USB port. When plugged into a charger or computer, this type device should have a LED illuminate or lightning bolt appear on the display to show it is charging.
If nothing happens when it is plugged in to a charger or computer, then it may only operate on AA or AAA batteries and should display something when it's time to change them.
Hi. Please confirm that the device shows up under 'Computer' as a Removable Disk drive (disregard CMM) for the time being. If it doesn't and it still does not recognize, most like it is indeed the cable. Yes, the cable could function other devices but that usually is the issue, it doesnt give a good enough connect to our MP3 players. Also, laptops have an option to disable the USB power to conserve battery, so that also seems to interfere.
Plug it into a USB port on your computer. If it doesn't open on the screen, click Start, click Computer and locate your devise on the list of drives and discs, right click on the devise name then left click Open on the drop-down menu. The device files should display. You can then drag and drop any music files to any folder on your PC, normally your Music or My Music folder.
Have you tried booting into safe mode and seeing if the problem persists? If it can be detected in safe mode, then there is a possibility your USB drivers are corrupted, and will need a re-install. To do this, remove all USB devices from ports, disable USB in your Start/Settings/Control panel/System, and reboot. Windows will then detect them at boot, and install the drivers needed to get them back up and running again. Hope that helped. Cheers from NZ
if you are charging via usb make sure you have the computer (if its a laptop) plugged in and if you are using a pc make sure your using one of the usb ports on the back as some usb ports will not carry the 5v needed to charge your player.
You can use a powered USB hub to charge your iPod, MP3 player etc. without connecting to a laptop's computer USB port.
Just connect the mains adapter to the USB hub and then plug your iPod into the hub for as long as you need.
You can also use this hub for your computer/laptop when you need extra USB ports..
don't think it's possible.
-when you charge and play via your laptop, the player is acting as a USB key and the laptop is doing the playing.
-when you charge it via your in-car port you do not have a 2nd device on which to play tunes.
it's either charge or play i'm afraid