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Frozen screen... My mp3 player is frozen on the CONNECTING TO PC screen. I just got the Error system 32... don't know what to do. I tried to let the battery die and recharge it, didn't work. When I plug it into the wall, the connecting to PC screen comes back and I can't do anything... Please help!!!

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I also had this problem, and just unplugged it from my laptop and lt the player turn off by its self. I then plugged it back into the wall socket, so as not to "confuse" it with charging from the laptop. 
All good again after that.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

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