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Phillips mp3 player frozen

I try to turn it on and the word "phillips" comes on, but thats the farthest it will go...i have music on there and its worked fine until now, i just put a new battery in...any advice?

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  • praymantis64 Mar 01, 2009

    HI ALL THAT COMES UP ON MINE IS PHILLIPS TOO BUT WHEN I PLUG IT IN TO THE COMPUTER IT DOES NOT READ IT AND THE SCREEN SAYS OK TO DISCONNECT I NEED MY COMPUTER TO READ IT SO I CAN REPAIR IT

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Sounds like a firmware problem.

Run the Philips Device Manager to repair the device. This will format the player and re-load the corrupt firmware.

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

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