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No recording message

My player stopped playing, and gives "no recording". When connected to the computer, I see all my folders available in it.

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  • davism31 May 02, 2008

    When I turn my creative player on my logo comes on and it just stays on and doesn't go off until I take the battery out. When I hook it to my computer the computer says that the mp3 player has malfunctioned

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I was just playing with this little wheel, switchinig from one folger to another, and suddenly it was playing music again. The problem is solved, but I really don't know how. I suspect that somehow the empty folder was turned on. I don't know if there are empty folders to fill with recording or the folder is created after the music was transfered to the player. I would be gratefull for the answer to this question.

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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