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My Memorex MMP8640A MP3 4 GB won't work. I think it's frozen. How can I get it to stop being frozen? I can't find the reset button on it.

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  • rogerwash May 16, 2009

    My mmp8640a was working fine all day then just froze will not come on, how do i reset it?

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The reset button is where you can put the memory card. Its tiny and says reset. You have to use something skinny to hit the button in the tiny hole.

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