Question about iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player
I plugged my MP3 in to my computer and transferred music into it, I unplugged it and when I turned it on it froze on the Omnitech sign. I then tried to plug it back into my computer and Rhapsody nor windows media player responds to it, but my MP3 still has it's hour glass sign on it. I need to know how to get it back to listen to the things I love so much.
Some Maybe Reasons Why It's not working...
1) I left it connected to the too long..
2) Put too many music files in it...
3) Took music files out of it to put other music files into it..
4) God hates me...
You can change the battery and format the player
then you should not sync it with wmp please drag and drop into it directly
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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