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Won't play (transfer, format, view contents in explorer OK, though...)

Subj. pretty much describes - if you plug in USB cord, it charges, and you can sync, format & view in explorer. When you unplug, it won't play. Have checked the hold switch & have tried reset button... :(

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Does you player powers on? If no, then you have a problem with the battery pack of your mp3 player. If yes, what file system did you use in formatting your mp3 player? If it's ntfs, try formatting it using fat or fat32. Maybe your mp3 player cannot use the ntfs file system.

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