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Re: PHILIPS GO GEAR
Uninstall the device and software completely first, and then reinstall it. If that still fails, get the firmware upgrade from Philips website - will reload. Note: this player is not compat with Vista or Macintosh.
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Have the go gear plugged to another PC to check if the player is detected. If so the PC is having errors and must be scanned for virus or restored to an earlier date.
Also check to see if the go gear is infected or has faulty files in the memory. If so have the files delected off after scanning, format and reinstall files with the help of the philips media convertor.
i think the flash memory is defective. if you have still warranty on your device bring it to your dealer. if not, you could try to format the players memory. go to my computer, right click on the device and use the option format. data format should be fat32. you do this on your own risk.
You will need to reformat the GoGear in Windows Media Player, but do a firmware upgrade first - open the Philips Device Manager and click on the Update tab. Then click the update button. After the firmware upgrade is done, open windows Media Player.
REFORMAT FOR WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER - Erases Everything: Connect your GoGear to the computer and open Windows Media Player. Click on the Sync tab. Pull down the drop down menu underneath the Sync tab by moving your cursor over the Sync tab and left clicking on the little black arrow underneath the Sync tab. Highlight "Philips Go Gear SAXXX" (wording may vary slightly), and then select "Format." - this should erase everything, and make your player properly read in Windows Media Player.
It is possible that the memory or settings have been corrupted.
Install and run the Philips Device Manager from the product CD. Select the restore / repair option and follow the on-screen prompts.
This will re-install the firmware and format the player.
When the process has finished, restart the player. It will initiallize and then shut down again.
Switch on again and you'll get an "updating" message.
The player will now be empty. This should also cure the alphabetical list problem.
1.try connecting your mp3 player,as some operating system have default drivers for these flash drives. 2. if the mp3 player is connected. it is easy to flash the memory by asual drive format method 3. you will get a new drive associating mp3 player 4. Right click the drive- format-start format