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I think i unplugged my mp3 player too soon and it is stuck showing the hookup of the computer to player icon on the screen. I cannot turn the player off and it is not recognized when connected to the computer any longer. any help?

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My suggestion: let the battery drain, and see if it reboots upon a chargeup afterwards

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