Question about Philips SA5125/37 MP3 Player
Are you talking about the computer go gear or the mp3 player.if it is the computer press ctrl+alt+del and
bring up the taskmanager and look for you mp3 model file name in the proccess section and also
check if there is a file in the startup folder.you can try to uninstall the program.for the screen make sure
that the hold is off and that the battery has enough juice.if all of that is clear you can try to format it wich
restores the factory settings.you will lose all of the music but i can tell you a way to get free music and videos
just email me.if the format doesn't work(if you don't know how to format ask me in a email)your screen
might be bad.feel free to email any question or other problems about other devices and machines.at
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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