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Memory corruption My SA5125/37 freezes at the turn on screen and tells me there's a memory corruption. After it says it's been cleared of all corrupt files, then it just freezes and wont react to anything but reset.

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Mine has the same problem its stuck at the repaired! content cleared! thing

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The brand and model name will help more for a better solution.

Try to format the memory area.
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First, makes sure your songs are in proper format for your mp3. The correct formats may be: mp3, wmv, wma, mp4.

Second, did the device fall off and hit something frequently? that might have caused a memory corruption, causing the player to freeze up.

Check if you can play just a few songs only, and If the player freezes even with just a few songs, the memory is corrupted and therefore must take it back for repairs.

hope this helps, have a nice day! ^_^

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You have to get the latest version of the Philips Device Manager for your model and run the Update function.

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My problem is that when i turn on my mp3 player, it keeps on saying theres a memory corruption.I press fix and it says all content cleared but that screen wont go off.It also says that when i reset or...

This player has a firmware upgrade that resolves the memory corruption issue - you can get it by going to, entering in your model #, and going to the software and drivers section. After that, you should be good to go.

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Firmware upgrade is the only thing that fixes the memory corruption issue

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Could be corrupt firmware:

Install and run Philips Device Manager from the product CD.

Press and hold [PLAY/PAUSE] on the player whilst connecting to the PC.

Follow the on-screen prompts.

This will format the player and replace the firmware.

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Have you tried formatting it using the MENU button? My NW-107 is also fried up: I don't have the memory error, but instead the player just freezes when i turn it on, sometimes it wouldn't even turn on

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