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Won't charge &/or power up

Computer see it, firmware was updated, it even ask to upload songs and took them, so this all appears, but it will not power on or charge up.

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  • mbh06 Dec 05, 2007

    I already thought about the hold button, that was not it. Now after opening it to verify the hold botton, the blue lights will come on when the power button is pressed, but still nothing powering up on the display.

  • Lauren2122 Dec 13, 2007

    Actually, I tried to update the software, anything went ok, then
    my YP u2J died. I tried to manually reset it, nothing to do.

    When I plug it into cpter, nothing, when I try to turn it on nothing. I think something burned inside.



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You might have one of the two problems:
1. Your file format might be NTFS instead of FAT.
2. The HOLD button is still kept in the on position.

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