Question about Philips GoGear HDD1830 MP3 Player
My GoGear Aria 16GB MP3 has frozen and won't respond to anything I do.
Whenever you connect mp3 devices to a PC the device has to be properly ejected from the PC otherwise it risks getting frozen. Getting frozen comes as a result of unfinished processes on the device.
Solutions for this can usually be time consuming as mostly i would just advice you allow the player some down time as these things usually sort themselves out.
But to jumpstart the process if the battery can be pulled out then take out the battery for about 1 minute and then put it back this automatically resets the player but if the battery cannot be taken out then you just have to wait for the battery to run down and the unit will turn itself off and therefore restore itself.
Point of advice portable storage devices with such high memories are usually prone to high freeze rates.
Hope this has been helpful?
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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