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First you will need to force your iPod into disk mode. To do this you will need to reset the iPod by pressing and holding both the menu and center buttons. Continue to do this for at least ten seconds or until the apple icon appears. (Note: You may only see a blip on the screen, continue to the next step. Keep in mind though that you may need to repeat this process once to twice to force the iPod into disc mode.) As soon as you do see the apple icon, remove your fingers and switch to holding both the play and center buttons. Keep holding those until you see a check mark appear on the screen, below it will say Ok to disconnect.At this point your iPod will be in Disk mode.
Next open ITunes on your computer and plug in the USB cable to one of the ports on your computer. Now you will connect your iPod to the USB cable. In the left hand column of iTunes you will see your iPod icon; go ahead and click on that icon. In the resulting page you will see the iPod summary. Within this page you will see a Restore button. Click on that button and follow any on screen instructions. Allow the restore to complete fully.
1 On your computer, select Start > Programs > Philips Digital Audio Player > Aria Device Manager > Philips Device Manager to launch the Philips Device Manager. 2 Turn off GoGear Aria before you continue. 3 Press and hold the volume button while you connect GoGear Aria to your computer. 4 Keep holding the key until the Philips Device Manager acknowledges GoGear Aria and enters the recovery mode. 5 On the computer, click the Repair button and follow the instructions of the Philips Device Manager to complete the recovery process. 6 When the recovery is completed, disconnect GoGear Aria from your computer. 7 Restart GoGear Aria.
The full manual is found here: http://www.p4c.philips.com/files/s/sa1ara16k_17/sa1ara16k_17_dfu_aen.pdf
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Your Repeat function is Enabled.
Turn off the repeat function, the procedure to turn it off is on Page 13, of the online manualhere I guess, this would solve your Problem, If I was helpful, kindly do Rate! Regards, Waqar.
follow this process right click on computer then 1. click properties 2.hardware 3.device manager 4.universal serial bus controller(open the + sign) 5.click upper one double click 6 go to driver 7.click on the update driver 8. then choose second one (advanced) then next 9.click don't search 10.then next next if it is over same process with anotherone then restart your computer and enjoy you ipod and don't forget to give rating
try doing this and let me know if it goes into recovery mode 1. with mp3 off slide the hold button to on so it locks 2.hold down record button on left hand side and keep held down 3. whilst holding record turn mp3 on still hold down record it should now be in recovery mode if your mp3 player gets this far then it can be fixed. Once in recovery mode goto sandisk site and you need to goto downloads and download latest firmware for your make and model once downloaded it will talk you through how to istall this onto your mp3 player if you have any problems let me know ok