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I have a philips gogear MP4 player and the files have corrupted so I reset and deleted them all...apparently. But on my computer it isn't seeing any of the files on there but it still says that it is full. I can't seem to delete any of the files and get it working again. cheers Siobhan

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  • siobhan_moro Jan 22, 2009

    Thanks heaps.
    It needed to reinstall some software but had very simple to follow instructions and everything worked perfectly. I have my player back!


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Run a Repair in the Philips Device Manager. If you have lost your CD, you can get the software from Philips website.

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