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Cannot get new mp3 player to work

I have just bought a GIO 2gb mp3 player but despite following what little instructions there are, i cannot get it to work. As there is no software disc it says to connect the mp3 player to the computer via usb and the software will be installed from the mp3 player and ready to use, but this is not happening. my media player is not detecting the device, and i cannot send music to it.

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Re: cannot get new mp3 player to work

My mp3 player go gear 2GB philips won't play it just keeps on cutting off saying device manager. i will not acccept this this is a brand new device and i don't appreciate the dfect please get bac with me thank you so much.

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

Re: cannot get new mp3 player to work

Make sure you know that the middle red button is the play/pause button and the middle right side button is the power/stop button (to stop just click that button once, dont hold)

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

Re: cannot get new mp3 player to work

It says bye because it has no battery

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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