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MP3 is stuck on radio mode

I have an MPR that is stuck in the radio mode and I cannot play my music that I have downloaded. What could be the problem??? I have reset it but still no dice. It gives me an HDD or HHD ERROR

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Ok, I think I might know how to solve this. You might need to fix your firmware. Try going onto this website: http://cobyusa.com/_en/support_md.php Once you get there, go through the list of dvd, cd, and TV model numbers until you find your's (Should be on the back of your player) then download the firmware. Then place it into the player and unplug the player from your computer and start it up. It will take a minute or two for your player to start up, due to it installing the firmware, but you shouldn't have a problem from there. I hope this works and have a nice day.

Posted on Jul 12, 2007

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