It means that its mode is in USB, to change it press the M button on the top of the right side of the device. Well, at least thats what happened to me. If it doesnt work for you, srry i couldn't be of any help.
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Check this link for troubleshooting for the MW3337;
Most of the issues depend on which operating system and which version of media player you are using. post back with that info if you have problems yourself, I think something on that page should explain and hopefully solve your problem;
You can also contact GPX from this link;
Hope this helps :)
u hav to get windows media player 10 or 11 then when ur on that go to sync put the songs u want in the list o the side
u hav to hook ur mp3 player up to the commputer first then the sync button shuld be able to be press after u press it let the songs get downloaded
Windows Vista includes MediaPlayer 11. Upon plugging the GPX into the USB it should give you the "AutoPlay" dialog box and you would click on "Play Audio Files" with "Windows Media Player". If you have Vista Basic, you may be out of luck. I have also had success using the Windows explorer and treating the player like a flash drive by dragging the MP3 files onto the player's icon.