Question about Philips SA5125/37 MP3 Player
Go ahead and open the Philips Device Manager and run the "Repair" function. Warning: this will delete all files off your mp3 player.
1) Connect GoGear to computer
2) Open Philips Device Manager (Start --> All Programs --> Philips in Windows XP if no shortcut on desktop)
3) Click on the Repair tab - see if there is a msg that says something like "to repair your player, connect GoGear to computer while holding the volume + button"
4)IMPORTANT: Disconnect the GoGear from the USB cable, turn the GoGear OFF, and then press and hold the volume + button; then, connect your GoGear to PC while still holding the volume + button (VERY IMPORTANT: this process will fix your player, but it will also delete all music and images you have stored on the GoGear) - do not let go of the Volume + button until a pop-up comes up saying that your player is being repaired
After the repair process is complete, your player should work fine - you will have to re-download all files to the GoGear.
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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