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Says "No Music"

I have quite a bit of music loaded on to my player, yet when I turn it on, it says "No Music". I connected it to my pc just to make sure I didn't accidentally delete everything, but, it is all still there. Any ideas??

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  • Mrapp Nov 16, 2007

    I have the same problem with my MuVo V100. All the music is there but when I try to use the player it shows "No Music". Please let me know what is wrong and how to resolve.

  • Shalese Nov 27, 2007

    My MuVo V100 says "no music" when I turn it on. I sent a lot of music to Library A, so I don't understand what the problem is. How do I troubleshoot. Also, it appears that my computer is detecting the device, but always wants to upload photos when I connect because it thinks it's a camera.

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What you can do first is turn the scroller and select the folder in which your songs have been stored. Then press the scroller and the songs should come up for you to play.

Posted on Dec 10, 2007

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Dowload the new version of the firmware for the mp3 player. If you wonder how to find it, that what is google for. Just make sure the device is plugged in.

Posted on Nov 24, 2007

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