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Won't turn on or connect

My media player was working fine and when I unlugged it after uploading some songs, I tried to plug it back into the computer and now it won't even turn on. What happened???

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That happened to me too. i unplugged it and turned it off. once it's off i plugged it back in and it worked. hope it helps.

Posted on Jan 27, 2007

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