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Transferring files... Hi, my MP3 player says Transferring files.... Do Not Disconnect. Well after a few hours connected, I disconnected it from my computer and now my computer won't recognize it..and the screen is frozen on my mp3. Can you help me?

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Re: Transferring files...

My brother had exactly the same problem as yourself.
wht i did was to take his mp3 player apart and disconnect the battery then putting it all back verry carfully i then tried to put things on his player and it now has no problems whatsoever.
i must stress the fact that if you do take the mp3 player apart do not touch any part of the pcb board as the static from your body will blow the components straight away.
so be carful and only touch the verry side of the board.
when putting the board back make shore that the board is angled awy from you as all the touch keys will go to the top of the board instead of being in direct contact with the keys.
i know what im talking about as im an ipc specialist.
so be warned.

Posted on Jan 04, 2008

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