Im going to edit\respond to the other replies in a sec. Already have an account? partition(5)\ system usbmsc.sb 512KB 4. The (normal) Media engine is absent (compared to STMP36xx), but there's a DCP (which does Color-Space Conversion) and a Media engine 2006. my review here
The STMP36xx series is based on a different CPU. Follow the program's directions and ignore any warnings it may give you, then follow the guide to recover your broken player. Products and names mentioned are the property of their respective owners. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best Of Everything Tech Trivia Must Reads Trending
In your case, the controller is ignoring the Sansa player. The next file, hostsrc.bin, is presumably related to this. You’re not even getting an "Unknown Device" reported. The ROM of the STMP3500 contains code to recover the player if no valid firmware is installed on the device (this is also used to initially flash the products in manufacturing).
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Sometimes Windows Update will correct these issues, but only while the device is connected. I wish lol no I tried that on both comps. Your computer should detect a "Player Recovery Device", point the driver search to the folder you installed the firmware updater in. 4. Information about the Creative ZEN Vision:M is available at CreativeZVMPort.
All rights reserved. http://localize-it.narod.ru/stmp3500.htm Note: If the update program mentioned above does not work, try this one. hostlink.sb - Reportedly, the purpose of this is to change the device from a USB Host to a Host Link, in an attempt to block users from sharing files over USB USB Controllers and Root Hubs USB hubs communicate with downstream devices (like your Sansa) as well as other hubs.
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The computers act like nothing was plugged in. I can't find any sites for a simple driver, looks like I am **** out of luck without a install cd. All rights reserved.
It appears to be listing either my keyboard or mouse as unknown composite device, anyways. After installation you can proceed with Firmware Upgrade. Best to remove all USB devices, run the program, then Windows will 'see' them again, as they are plugged in. *There is a note to read on the Sansa site about Login now.
Keep the other one installed though, you will need it too as this one doesn't contain the drivers necessary for your computer to recognize your player as a "recovery device". Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... Was this information helpful? useful reference Does not affect music files themselves.
Feb 7, 2014 #2 treetops TS Evangelist Topic Starter Posts: 2,027 +197 cliffordcooley said: ↑ Does Windows Update not detect the device while it is connected? I:\ SigmaTel MSCN v0100 WARNING: Cannot recognize the communication protocol (version: 0x2) used by this SigmaTel device. If you can not find the driver, you can download the mass storage driver, MStorage_PCDRV_LB_1_07_00_250.exe, and follow the directions below. To continue please enter capital 'Y': Y Found 8 logical partitions: 1.
General notes (twice as long as the guide itself ): If the program displays an error, try different firmware. Keep on holding the Play button till Windows displays the Find New Hardware dialog box. I couldn't find one at the time and bought a Sony Walkman NWZ-E436F. Get your player into recovery mode by holding Play for 10 seconds, then plugging the player in with the button held.