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This could be the player's connection mode in combination with your synchronization software. If you are using Windows Media Player or Philips Songbird to sync, the player will need to be set for MTP connection mode. Most other software that works with regular flash drives will need the player set for MSC connection mode. Whatever you are using, simply try the other mode.
To change the connection mode, select "PC connection preference" in the Settings menu of the player.
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Most likely this kind of problems occurs when the Mp3 Player's Firmware Corrupted, In Order to Fix that you shud upgrade/install the Firmware to your Mp3 Player.Please Follow these Steps to Fix Your Problem:
Download the attached zip file into a temp folder of your PC
Unzip the file into the temp folder and then double click theDM_WEB_ENG.exe file to install the latest version of the Device Manageron your PC
Follow screen instructions to complete the installation of the latest version of the Device Manager application on your PC..
Connect the GoGear to the power supply with the AC/DC adapter.
Make sure all other applications such as Philips Device Plug-in,Windows Media Player or Windows Explorer that accessing the device areclosed or else Device Manager will not recognize the device. Launch theDevice Manager at Start->Programs->Philips DeviceManager->Philips Device Manager on your PC.
Select the REPAIR tab on the dialogue box and then click Repair to start repairing. IMPORTANT: All music & content of the device will be erased once the GoGear is repaired.
Once the repair is complete a dialogue box will pop up; click OK andunplug the GoGear from the computer. Follow all screen instructions tocomplete the repair.
The Device Manager will close automatically once the success message isdisplayed. Close all opened application and then unplug your device.
Once the GoGear is disconnected from the computer, the display willshow “Firmware Upgrading” for a couple of seconds and then start up asusual. You will then need to re-sync the GoGear using Windows MediaPlayer to place your files back on the GoGear.
As far as opening the Philips Device Manager - if it won't pop up automatically, then on a computer running Windows XP, you can go to Start (on your desktop) --> All Programs --> Philips --> Philips Device Manager to open the program.
have you tried draggin and dropping the pictures into your mp3player's disk (pops up in My Computer when you plug in you player). try looking around for a photos folder in it or something like that.
if all this fails, I would suggest reading you mp3player's instructions...
Hi in the top right hand corner of the screen is the battery charge indicator, if its flashhing its charging, the segment will change colour (darker) as the charge builds up till all the indicator has changed colour. This is then fully charged.
ingenio If you look on ebay they sometimes sell screens. The other way would be to bid for a non working hdd6330 with good screen and swop them over. I have helped a few people with the instructions and they have succeeded in the transplanting of the screen, and now have functioning gogears