Question about Philips SA5125/37 MP3 Player
I have been trying to charge my SA5125 since last night, but nothing, it won't charge from the computer or even attempt to turn on
you might have damaged the device
generally this happens when u attach your drive to coputers front usb jack, and if the jack is not connected properly to motherboard(ofcourse u can never know weather it is proper or not)
I guess because you have tried your MP3 on a unknown machine and unfortunately the machine was having problem with usb so it damaged your drive
In future i recommend you that if u happen to use your drive on an unknown machine never use front usb, prefer back panel usb
For current problem you can give the drive to company and it will be covered under warranty
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
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