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  1. I don't know what the problem is.

    I restored the computer back to an earlier point and this allowed me to reinstall the firmware onto the mp3 player. I removed the player as one of the devices associated with the computer and then I plugged the player back into the computer and I was notified that all the necessary files needed to run the device would be installed.

    But, the device is still not recognised by the computer. I am not sure what else I can do with this player.
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  2. Sorted it!!

    I needed to go into the device manager and select the problematic entry in the manager for the portable device. I selected to update the driver but, rather than me letting the PC sort it out itself (this failed several times before), I selected "let me pick from a list of device drivers an my computer".

    I found the option for a 'mtp USB device', selected that and - lo and behold - things seemed to sort itself out.

    Just a shame that I now have to re-add my 1600+ songs back onto the player!
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  3. Use your daughter's PC to update the firmware?

    Volker
    Rüm Hart - Klaar Kiming
  4. My son's complaining that Windows Explorer is no longer showing any of his music, document or video files. In fact, when I click on the specific folder I see in Windows Explorer, the program tells me that it cannot find the folder (even though I can see it in the folder tree.

    Anyone any advice on how to link everything together again?

    David says that the remaining space left on his hard drive suggests that the files are there but cannot be seen nor accessed.

    At the moment I am doing a system restore back to a point before a Windows Update, and after which the problems seemed to start (he said that a similar thing happened a week or so ago but he found the files in another part of the hard disk, then he moved them back.)

    Thanks.
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  5. Well, CMD won't work on its own device but what about doing a Scandisk run?

    Volker
    Rüm Hart - Klaar Kiming
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      CommentAuthorBregt
    • CommentTimeApr 18th 2017
    Perhaps too much files in one folder? It could be useful to check in a command console.
    Kazoo
  6. Thanks everyone. I think that what happened was some sort of a touchpad mishap.

    The folders were in a weird desktop folder and it wasn't an obvious place to look.
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