Question about GPX M2104 MP3 Player
Posted by Anonymous on
Unfortunately the GPX M2104 manual is not available online(due to large size...), so all I can help with is some advice that might seem like the obvious, or some referals- 1. Make sure the HOLD is in off position. Slide the HOLD switch to the opposite side of the word HOLD. Then connect the player back and try to transfer/add/delete the songs you want. 2. If you have a digital form of the manual(please submit it here) search for "write protect" on it(shift+control+f on adobe), or look in the troubleshooting section which is generaly towards the end of the manual. 3. Try resetting the device. If you don't know how, again - it should be on the manual, and if it isn't then unplugging it and disconnecting it from all power sources for a few days sometimes does the trick. you can also try doing it on another PC, or another OS just to make sure it really is the GPX malfunctioning. Good luck
Posted on Feb 07, 2006
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