Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wharfedale SLM 01 MP3 Player
After having had problems with this piece of junk for 3 months now, it has finally died. It is going back to Argos asap. I would like a refund, but suspect I'll get a replacement offered. :o(
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
Go to the Coby website, look for your model player.On the that page there is an option to download latest firmware and the video converter.Download the zip file for the firmware.PLEASE NOTE...when you unzip the file please read the pdf file for instuction before you try to click the actual firmware file.One important reason is because using the firmware update restores your player to manufactures default and deletes all files presently on it....So my advice back up your files and read the instructions carefully.This fireware update is specifically to fix that sys err problem.
I hope it all works out
here is the link to the page
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
I do not know about your warranty - call or e-mail support. If your computer no longer recognizes it it is dead - sorry.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Remove the battery, then put it back in, restart windows and plug it in,
make sure windows see the devise.
If you removed it while it was still loading, you could have locked the devise
from working, and you will have to send it to the MFG to get it fixed.
Go to there website and see how you have to send it back.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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