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EV-128MRS Player I couldn't find my player so I posted this under the MMT player. While I was transfering songs to my mp3 player the electricity went out and now when I turn it on it says "no file" and that's all it will do.

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    I have lost the disc to enable me to download music files to my EV-128. Anybody have a downloadable file?

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I have the same MP3 player (EV128MRS) and I can't figure out how to work the darn thing or what type of media card and extension to buy. I got it used and I am lost. Please help...rbcc_jones@yahoo.com

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