How do I find my MP3 player on my computer?
How to make your PC recognize your MP3 player?
- To begin, open Windows Explorer and go to Tools > Folder Options > Display.
- Right-click on the My Computer icon from the desktop, then click Properties > Hardware > Device Manager.
- Click Next > Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) > Next > Do not search.
How do I get my computer to recognize my SanDisk MP3 player?
- STEP 1 – Connect the Sansa player to the PC. The screen on your player should turn on, show ‘Connected’ and indicate the battery charging or full.
- STEP 2 – Check under Device Manager. Open the Computer Management Console.
- STEP 3 – Refresh the drivers. Right-click the entry with the error mark, select Uninstall.
Why is my SanDisk MP3 player not connecting to my computer?
This could be due either to the Cable, PC, or a defective device. Please try using a different cable and connecting to a different PC. If the SanDisk MP3 player still connects and charges but never shows connected on the screen even after trying different PC and cables contact SanDisk support to check warranty status.
How do I get my Mac to recognize my MP3 player?
Hi, your mp3 player (if it’s in disk mode) should show up in the sidebar in Finder. Check Finder’s preferences (Sidebar tab) to see if all categories of devices are enabled.
How do I connect my MP4 player to my computer?
To connect your MP4 player to the computer, plug the USB sync cable into the MP4 player’s A/C adapter outlet, and into one of the computer’s USB ports. When the MP4 player is connected, the computer will begin working immediately to detect the connection.
How do I setup my MP3 player?
What are the steps to connect a Mp3 Player to a PC?
- i) Connect the larger end of the USB cable to the USB Connection Port on the bottom of the player.
- ii) Connect the USB cable to the USB port on your PC.
- i) Install the Emodio program for file transfer.
- ii) Install WMP10 or higher version for MTP device.
Why won’t my computer read my SanDisk?
A corrupt registry entry could cause your SanDisk product to not be detected by the computer. Removing the registry keys created on installation of your SanDisk product will allow the computer to fully reinstall the device and may resolve the issue. 1. Unplug the device from the USB port.