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MP3 Player Matsui MAT 105MR Problem

I just replaced the battery on this MP3 player and all it does now is flash MATSUI in the window when I turn it on - any ideas please??

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  • Ed_An May 26, 2008

    Nothing seems to appear on my matsui mat 105mr player.
    The system sees it as player recovery device device in the device manager.
    When i try to update/upgrade the firmware, i get this error message - unable to write firmware data.
    Anybody has an idea of how to fix this problem?
    Thanks in advance


  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    if tried new batteries, all it does is flash matsui on the screen



    thanks

    umesh

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2009

    same won't even switch on now

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