Question about Creative Labs MuVo S200 MP3 Player
HELP!!! I tried to delete the song files on my 1GB Creative Muvo S200 from my computer. The computer started making a strange noise, so I unplugged the USB connection. Now the Muvo does not even turn on when I press the power button. When I plug it to the USB, the led turns on, however the computer says (The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error) Help, what can I do to save my Muvo S200?
Try upgrading the firmware... it would help...
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
Man i think i have the same problem with my device also you better go to nearby vendor or register online and ask for the warranty support from the manufacturer the i\o error signifies the device has become corrupt
Posted on Aug 06, 2007
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