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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this problem with my YP-U3JZB, and this worked:
Control panel > System > Hardware tab > Device manager > Portable devices (look for "Samsung YP-U3") – right-click and select “Update driver”, follow prompts.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
SOURCE: Insignia Mp3 player frozen
If you hold the power button for 20 seconds it will shut off. I had the similar problem where I unplugged my Insignia NS4V17B frozed on the bluetooth initializing screen. I turned it off then back on and it is now working fine.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
SOURCE: creative zen v problems-frozen
I Recently bought a Zen, and it works great. The only problem I found was that it freezes itself from time to time, and the best solution to this problem is on the bottom of your Zen, there is a very small Reset hole. With a needle or a toothpick, gently stick it in, and push lightly. This will allow the Zen to unfreeze, and return back into it's regular mode. All your files will be saved, and kept on to the Zen, so you don't need to worry about losing any of your files.
Any additional help, I'll be glad to answer!
Posted on Mar 25, 2008
SOURCE: disconnected samsung mp3 player
Gday...the most likely issue concerning the "USB Disconnected" message
on the U3 is that the device has installed itself with incorrect
drivers. If this is the case then following these steps should rectify
1) Plug the MP3 player into the USB port
2) Open up Device Manager (Start, Settings, Control Panel, System, Hardware, Device Manager)
3) Find Samsung UP-Y3 in the list (should be under "Other" or "Portable devices" with a ? next to it)
4) Right click on this and select Uninstall
5) Remove the player from the USB port and plug it back in
Windows should automatically detect the device and install it's own drivers. If not, and you have a driver disk, then just install the Samsung drivers. You should now be abe able to drag and drop files onto the player using Windows Explorer. Hope this solves the issue.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
I assume from your description that either you are running a version of Windows older than XP/2000 or you need a special driver. Here is a link for the driver(s) you will need. Just enter your model number and select your version of Windows. Download and run the file and you should be up and running shortly.
Posted on May 30, 2009
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