Question about INOi MP18020 GB MP3 Player
I have the same problem, sometimes, if I plug it up to the computer, with usb port and press the computer option, keep pluging and unpluging over and over it will reset and starts working again. But it still fails, It may have something to do with the internal battery being weak. Even thought it shows charged, may not be able to supply the current required to start the hard drive.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This is caused by a defective hard drive. Possible reason is dropping the player. You need to change the hard drive to make it work again. You need a 1.5" (20GB) hard drive.
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