Question about Toshiba Gigabeat MEGF40S MP3 Player
I have the F40. Recently after an extended trip away on which I left my Gigabeat at home I found the battery had gone completly dead (lost the time). When I put it into the USB Cradle it began to charg as normal. When it had fully charged, I took it out of the cradle and turned it on. It said that it was still connected to the USB cable though and won't go past that screen, nor turn off. Have you any ideas to what might be causing this? Thank you for your help.
Turn the battery button to the off position. It seems to work when I do it to mine. Good Luck.
Posted on Mar 21, 2007
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