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Omnitech MP3 can not complete start up sequence

The Omnitech 2g mp3 turns on but can not get pass the start up sequence. None of the switch response. The only way to shut it off is by taking out the battery. The problem occured after the MP3 ran out of memory during music transfer from PC to Omnitech. The PC does not recognize the Omnitech so I could not do any reformating

I am hoping there is a reset switch or some thing to restart the player. This happen on another unit last month. I return the player to Stapple and exchange for this one. It appears that this problem is systemic in this model of Omniteck. Any advise to fix this problem will be greatly appreciated.

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Remove the battery, then put it back in, restart windows and plug it in,
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Go to there website and see how you have to send it back.


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