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What should i do?

When my brother was installing the mp3 program on the pc, i think the battery died during the installation. i safely removed the mp3 player and now, my digital 1gb mp3 trio wont turn on. i used a new battery and checked if it was connected proprly but nothing works. it hasnt fallen or anything like that. what should i do?

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Connect it to your USB port and try a Firmware re-load. There should be a disc and instructions supplied with your player. Things like unplugging the player during loading, battery failing etc, can cause a Firmware crash that can often only be resolved by re-loading.

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