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After running the philips mp3 player disk pc doesnt reconize it

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Unplug the mp3 player from computer.
Uninstall all Philips software using the add/remove function.
Reinstall the installation CD.
Then and only then, plug the mp3 player into computer.

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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