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Muvo plays fine connected to computer but won't turn on out of the computer

I hold down the start button and notheing happens but when connected to the computer I can play any of the files loaded. How do I get it to turn on?

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Go to the Creative website and download the manual for the Muvo 100 and follow the instructions for rebooting the player (Turn off the player, then hold down the on/off switch and scrollbar simultaneously until it turns on. You'll have two options -- cleanup and reboot. Select cleanup first, and then reboot.)

Posted on May 08, 2008

Same here.. jol472.1@netzero.com

Posted on Apr 27, 2008

I don't have a solution. Just the same problem.

Help I'm getting tired of this.

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

  • mg35sonic Mar 09, 2011

    problem:

    if the mp3 player doesn't turns on but does turn on when attached
    to the USB follow these steps:

    step1: use the "MP3 Player Recovery Tool" software (downloaded from creative official site)
    while the mp3 is attache d to the USB port. the software will recognize your mp3 model
    and will download the needed firmware and next it will install it to your mp3 and afterward your mp3 would be formatted (so it's better to have a back up of your music files on your mp3)

    step2: make a new folder in your formatted mp3 (the name doesn't matter) and copy some music files you once have had on your mp3 in that folder

    step3: safety remove your mp3 and the try turning it on, if it doesn't turn on don't give up
    take out the battery and clean the heads of the battery and put it back in their place and
    attempt to turn on your mp3 again.

    note: if after step 3 your mp3 doesn't turn on go and start again from step 1 but this time test more and other music files and for example 4 or 5 music files.
    by the way try other batteries to be sure that you don't have a power problem too.

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It can also be caused by transferring DRM (Digital Rights Management) encoded media files via the drag and drop method. It is recommended that you use the drag and drop method to transfer audio files that are not encoded with DRM. If in doubt, use either Creative MediaSource Organizer or Windows Media Player to transfer your files.
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