my problem is, None of my computers will recognise my Lg (USB) Personal Mp3 player.
My player is an (LG) lanyard type player with no display window, just a flashing colored led. It is approx 2 years old, and I'm sorry but I seem to have misplaced the model number. (No Id marked on the unit). It has an on/off button on the front with a (plus) button above it and a (Minus) button below it. The on/off button also has a multicolored led inserted in it. On the left side of the unit is one forward button and one backward button (to move through song selections). Whilst on the other side is a memory button and the earphones plug. On the back is a "Hold" slideswitch and a reset button. Maybe someone can recognise the model from this description.
Neither my desktop or my laptop computer will recognise the player anymore. I thought that maybe I had corrupted the "Jukebox" folder on it that holds my music but when I place it within my computer(s) it is recognised as an item within the Usb port but nothing happens to start the program.
Usually Windows will scan the folder and ask what I wish to do with the device, (which program do I want to use to run it?). When I click on "explorer" it recognises that there is a device in drive (H) but when I click on drive (H) it simply comes up with the error message saying "The disk in drive H is not formatted, do I want to format it now?".
Another thing that I notice is that my desktop computer will not recognise my external hard drive unit either, yet the laptop will.
This makes me think that at least the desktop and the Mp3 player might be effected (or infected).
Is it posible that I have a virus or something on either, or both of my computers, or is it time to throw away my Mp3 player and get another one, (AUD$250.00 worth).
By the way, both computers are linked through a wireless router, and my Usb player has been in both computers.
Thanks for your help.
Edited by KoanYorel, 10 January 2008 - 10:21 PM.
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