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MP3 ISSUE my mp3 player is giving me an error message with a yellow "caution" symbol it states "Plug into PC" When I do my PC no longer recognizes the device. HELLPPPP!!! PLEASE!!!!

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I would go to Philips website and download the firmware for your MP3, after its downloaded run it and it should install itself onto your mp3. It sounds like your mp3 player just got formated somehow.

Posted on Mar 25, 2007

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