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My coby mp300-1g will not let me download songs cause of write protection. How do I get it off my mp3 so I can download songs again?

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  • watupdude91 Oct 13, 2008

    my coby MP-300 will not let me delete or download files from it and to it

  • Gwen Stefani Nov 22, 2008

    On my coby mp3 player (200) it will not let me take songs off and add songs!! Im getting really mad at this! I hate the coby mp3 player!!! IT SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Format the coby by selecting, right mouse click, format ... all is gone. Start new.

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When i plug my coby mp300 into my new car stereo it will not play songs. What can i do?

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There is usually a lock/hold switch to stop you from pressing buttons accidentally. This may also force the device to be read-only. Make sure that it is all the way back, as it may lock read-only before it locks the buttons!

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

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