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I am not familliar with the SA4111, but it seems to be identical to the SA11XX series.

With the SA11XX freezing was caused by protected tracks or corrupt firmware. The procedure for the SA11XX series is as follows: Removing the battery should reset the player. Check that your files are not protected (DRM). If they are, format the player and load a non-protected test track, and try again. If the player still freezes then install and run the Firmware Manager from the product CD. Select the repair option and follow the on-screen prompts.

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