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Philips SA5125/37 Everytime i plug it into the computer, it flashes do not disconnect, and then seconds later, it says, "OK to disconnect" At first the tracks names were all in chinese instead of their usual titles. Then they dont show up on the mp3 I've tried to do the Repair and Recovery on the Philips Device Manager multiple times, yet it is still not working and now i cant even really plug it to the computer because the connection isnt stable.. its constantly connecting to the computer and disconnecting.. PLEASE HELP

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  • anglegurlyy9 Nov 16, 2008

    it says do not disconect and then it says ok to disconect then it does not turn on

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First you should hold down the go back button on your mp3 while still holding this button, plug it into the usb port. While still holding the button open up the philip device manager, this should instantly start to repair your device. While it is repairing you can let go of the go back button

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