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Freezing when insert headphones

I have never used this and it is 8 months old...i thought i might give it a try and it works but when i plug in the head phone my screen freezes and i can't seem to find where the firmware updates are...its making me really mad!

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Mine is not working too..im totally tired of all this ****..if i knew all of this **** was THIS BIG..I WOULDNT HAVE BOUGHT IT!!!! THIEFS!!!!

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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