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Wont play.. stays paused.

When i turn it on.. it wont play the music.. it just stays on pause!
i tried holding the power button up for 20 secs.. but it didnt work.
got any other adv?
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  • cheering4big Dec 27, 2008

    That done it! Thank u so much!

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Turn off. Put in Hold mode. Hold down middle button. Plug in while still holding middle button. Now reformat the Clip and update the drivers.

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