Question about Philips GoGear SA178 MP3 Player
Hi there: I would go to the device manager on your computer. If your GoGear is telling you to. I don't know your operating sysltem. I'll assume XP as it's the most common now. Click, Start... Control Panel...Performance and Maintenance...System...Click the Hardware tab...Click Device Manager...Then find your device on the list...Right click on it and select unisntall. let the Device manager remove it from the system. Reboot the computer. Reinstall the disc that came with your Go Gear, If windows will not find it automatically. This will start you from the beginning. A fresh start. If you have a different operating system do a search for the "Device Manager" under the help section. I hope this helps, Jeff
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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