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Please Connect Player to PC"

When i unplug my mp3 player from the computer, a yelloy triangle apeared and said "Please Connect Player to PC" and i can't move or do anything. How do I fix it?


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Open the philips device manager, and click the repair tab, and then the repair button. If you no longer have the installation CD, grab the device/firmware manager from www.usasupport.philips.com. Just enter your model number in the search box of the website.

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