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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Re: my slick MP305-1 player won't do anything
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!
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Plug into computer check the drive c d e f and right click check explore will tell what files are on the mp3 player. Also might be able to put those files onto your computer format the mp3 player so its functioning properly and then put the files back to the mp3 player.
Download the Sansa Recovery Tool for the Sansa e200 series and run the official Sansa Recovery Mode
Run Windows Recovery Mode
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the REC button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the REC button in. Keep holding the REC button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard. If you get the problem where MTP Device keeps popping up continuously, uninstall the “MTP Device” by going to Start à Control Panel àSystem à Hardware à Device Manager (you computer may vary slightly, depending on Windows Version).
Visit Creative Support and navigate to your mp3 player. Next download the driver for this player. Then all you need to do to transfer mp3 files is connect your player (while it's on) to your PC, open up Windows Media Player, go to the sync tab, drag the files you want on your player into the sync list on the right side of the screen and slick start sync.
This firmware upgrade only works with Creative MuVo Micro N200 players.
Do not install this upgrade to other players.
You will lose all content in your player when you install the firmware.
Back up any audio or data files in your player to your computer before
upgrading the firmware.
Before installing the firmware, please complete the following procedures:
Connect your player to your PC if it is not already connected.
Double click the firmware upgrade file.
When prompted to set your player in Recovery mode, disconnect
your player from your PC.
Remove the battery from the player, press and hold the Play button
while connecting the player to the USB port.
Continue to hold the Play button for about 10 seconds after
your player is connected to the USB port.
When the Find New Hardware dialog box appears on your PC screen,
release the Play button.
If this is the first time a player is installed as Player Recovery
Device, Windows will find a Player Recovery Device (or USB Device),
and prompt you for drivers. Click on No , and select Do
not search. I will choose the driver to install. Windows will install
the necessary drivers automatically.
Double click on the downloaded firmware again (MuVoN200_PCFW_LF_1_20_04.exe)
to update the player's firmware.
During the firmware update process, make sure to check the box next
to Format Data Area under Download options.