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  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2007

    same dam thing think maybe its vist causing th problem

  • Rocci May 28, 2008

    NX -104 MP3 PLAYER WILL NOT BOOT UP JUST FLASHES NAXA ON SCREEN. When it is charging with the usb cord to the computer it reads READY, but when you unplug the mp3 it does the same thing as listed above.



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U need to check your interface

Posted on May 26, 2008


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let unit totaly power down then only hook to compuer and reformat drive of yor mp3 player
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richard from chicago

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