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My slick MP305-1 player won't do anything

When i turn it on it say file system on the screen and when i tried to install it with windows hardware wizard it say it is connected but is not working properly code 10. But the funny thing is I bought three in all for my sons the other two worked just fine with no problem plugged them in the usb and they connected with no problem to my media player but the one will not do anything I can't do nothing but turn it off and on. Please help with three sons and and two working mp3 players is not fair to one of my sons.

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    windows xp. After i plug the player into the port, a "new hardware found" message comes up. When I go to my computer it shows "portable media device" along with my drives E and F. what do I do now?

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Here's a link to the home page of the CO. who made the slick MP305-1 http://www.southerntelecom.com/

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Unfortunately, file system errors indicate that a key system file has been deleted, which means the firmware needs to be reinstalled on the player. I was unable to find a website for Slick, so I would check the product documentation to see if they posted a website to visit in case of trouble (and tell us what that website is in case anyone else asks). If they list a website in the documentation, go to that website and see if they have a firmware download listed. Unfortunately, only about 20% of mp3 manufacturers have reloadable firmware - if Slick is part of the 80%, then that mp3 player will need to be replaced. Good luck!

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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