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Re: my player won't turn on!!!
The m25 will not power on if LOCK/UNLOCK is in the locked position. If you press the POWER button, a padlock will appear on the LCD to remind you that the unit is locked. Confirm that the LOCK/UNLOCK switch is not in the locked position and press POWER to turn it on. If nothing happens after pressing the POWER button, the battery is probably discharged.
I no the basics of this player. I no If the batt is dead or if it is locked. I need a little more then 2nd grade help!! can you tell me anything that would help. Maybe a possible upload or does motorola have any tech support I can talk to?
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Sounds like the integrated ethernet port has gone bad. You can install a new ethernet card in one of the PCI expantion slots. Then plug the ethernet into the new card, this should take care of the problem. You can not repair a bad integrated ethernet port.
wma files won't be read, only mp3 files, in my experience. My 512 mb SD card works, but it won't read my 8 gb SDHC card. I suspect it can't manage SDHC (high capacity) cards. I haven't tested yet, because as it turns out, neither can my computer... I think I'll fall back to a flash drive.
Same problem I had awhile back, make sure you don't have a memory card inside the player when you turn it on. It boots up in an incorrect order and doesn't start. To turn it off when it's stuck in that position I believe I held the sliding power button to "On" for 15 seconds.
The same thing happened to mine a couple of times..
I let the battery run completely down then plugged it into my computer.. after a couple of attempts it seems to recognised the mp3 player, and works at least for a bit after that.
I've now deleted and added quite a few various tracks, and it has been fine for a while now.. so not sure if it might be a corrupt/dodgy file taht I've now deleted or something?