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My music is d.o.a.!

I've had a T10 for about 18months and now, without warning, it will not start up, reset, or respond. The control panel is glowing and the center button is blinking but the screen is dark. And of course, the computer doesn't recognize it when it's plugged in. Basically, it up'ed and died. Anyway to bring it back from the grave?

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  • fatedtofight Jun 04, 2009

    Problem solved! My wife fixed it by inserting a bent paperclip into the tiny reset hole on the back and hit the reset button.

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My wife had just pushed the little reset pinhole button thingy and it started functioning properly

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