Error message " battery is too low system shutdown"
The error message comes on every time I plug my device in with the USB cable. When I unplug it the battery shows 1/2 full. I can listen to radio and some music. Other music wants me to renew my subscription. I can not renew because I get the same error message every time I plug it in.
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Plug it into a wall, turn the beeps to off, plug in a desk or table lamp, unplug the UPS from the wall and let it drain down to nothing with the lamp on. You may want to time this. This is how you break in a new battery too.
After its completely dead, unplug the lamp, plug it into the wall outlet and let it charge backup again.
You should not get the error message.
Now, if the error message is from your PC and you have the USB cable attached. Remove the USB cable from the UPS to the PC. using Add/Remove programs in Control Panel remove teh UPS software, have the UPS disc on hand first. Reboot. when you get your desktop, install the UPS software and do not attach the USB cable until told to do so or until the installation is complete and you have rebooted the PC. Reboot after installation whether it tells you to or not. During the system restart, plug the USB cable back in. You should be fine. If you continue to see this reporting error, download a program update for you UPS.
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This is not an error it just means that you are plugging in a usb 2.0 device into a usb 1.0 port. The devise will still function normally just not as fast. You could always add a usb 2.0 pci card to your computer.
If your computer is windows xp Go into your control panel, press system, then hardware, then device manager. Your mp3 player is the item that should have a yellow ! next to it. Click it then up the top of the box there is a computer with a cross through it. Click that then press yes and let it uninstall, then unplug your mp3 player then plug it back in, re-install it and voila!