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Onix mp3 player

When i turn on my mp3 player it comes up with a disk error. i brought it off ebay but it was fine last night when i played it some one please help!!!!!

ps- wrote wrong thing in other tread sorry

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Go to www.machspeed.com. Click on ONIX picture. They'll ask for you serial number (backside at the bottom), then follow instyructions.
The problem is that onix driver works just for win98.

Posted on Feb 19, 2008

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