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Frozen Okay it happend last night and it just keep staying on one screen and its not even turning off it keeps saying USB Connected searching for PC Media Manager and like i dont know what to do can you please help me do i need to buy new one or something =[

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I think you should try draining the battery and recharge it again, or you can hold the power button for 10 sec to reset the mp3 player.

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

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