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Mp3 it has a probelm it will not come on it just says connect to pc and then when i try to sync it says connect a device

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  • rebekah0407 May 18, 2008

    When I power my Philips GoGear on, it just prompts for me to connect it to the pc. When I attempt to do this, my computer does not recognize that it is connected. Even the Philips Device Manager doesn't recognize it. But on the mp3 player itself, it shows the player to computer connection. I cannot seem to get past this screen. It was working just fine a day ago. After I put about 100 songs on it, it hasn't been working right.

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Install and run the Device Manager software from the product CD.

Connect the device.

Select Repair / Restore and follow the on-screen prompts.

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