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Can't sync anymore

I was just trying to put songs on here from the computer and it was working fine. than the next time i tried it, it said that the device was operating slowly and to reset it well i did and it still won't work

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This player works poorly on low battery. First, try recharging it all the way. Make sure the memory is not nearly full by deleting a couple of songs off of it. If the problem persists, do a Repair using the Philips Device Manager. Warning: Do not use this player on a computer running either Windows Media Player 11 or Windows Vista - it will cause the device not to work properly (making this a near-obsolete player).

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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