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It does nothing

A month ago my Mp3 said eror format, then the battery died and now every time I plug into a computer it doesn't respond. The computer doesn't detect the Mp3.

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My son's is the same exact model and did the same thing...absolutely nothing. I finally took the end of a paperclick and poked it into the tiny little "reset" hole and it immediately turned on again.

Posted on May 16, 2008

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My player won't turn on and when I try to charge it the computer doesn't recognise it at all - Have tried turning it on for 40 seconds and downloaded an updater but nothings worked


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