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Frozen and displays "wait..."

I was putting music into my mp3 and i took out the usb cable. i maybe pulled it out too fast.... or i didn't click on the "safely remove software".... but i turn it on and it displays wait. so i waited for about 30 min. and nothing it still displayed wait. so i took out the batter because none of the buttons would register anything so i took the battery out and turned it back on and still it says wait. what do i do? how do i get it to work? this was the first time i was gonna use it.

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  • brooks08 Jan 09, 2008

    my mp3 player is frozen at "hello". i was trying to delete some media, but i thought it was deleting everything that i'd saved so i immeidately took the battery out...trying to stop the deletion. the power only goes off when i remove the battery, now and when it powers back up, it stays frozen at "hello". help. i've tried the (mode)(-)(+)(-)(+)...but dont think i'm doing it right.

  • rozy1034 Jan 09, 2008

    I wanted to delete some things off of my mp3 and it started to and i wanted it to stop and i took out the battery and then it turned on and just went to wait..I went through 3 batteries with it sitting on.

  • Anonymous Feb 08, 2008

    HELLO !

  • aull Feb 25, 2008

    i put music on the mp3 player i unplugged it and all it says is wait and i took out the battey same thing

  • mega33 Feb 27, 2008

    when i turn it on it stays frozen at "HELLO".

  • mega33 Feb 27, 2008

    when i turn it on it stays frozen at "HELLO"

  • Anonymous Dec 29, 2008

    wtf!?!!!

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    unit needs to be reset this is a bit of a pain....... slide the hold switch to on..turn power on. while unit screen says hold, push (mode)(-)(+)(-)(+)(mode)(+)(mode) this should reset it
    HM YOU ARE AN IDIOT. you know what that did? took off all the songs on my mp3 player. i just came back from being at an apartment for 4 hours downloading songs. i come back and it did that. I DO YOUR FREAKING IDIOTIC SOLUTION and it deletes everything. thanks a lot, dumb face.

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It works woo!!

Posted on Jul 16, 2007

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Unit needs to be reset this is a bit of a pain....... slide the hold switch to on..turn power on. while unit screen says hold, push (mode)(-)(+)(-)(+)(mode)(+)(mode) this should reset it

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